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Your '''drain is plugged with crud or mold''' causing the drip tray to overflow into your house. OR '''you do not have the unit installed so that it tilts slightly toward the drain.''' You may be able to ream out the drain clearing the blockage with a small plumbers snake (by hand, not a drill)... if the drain hole is too small some stiff electrical wire fitshould fit to use as a snake. Use the best fit wire gauge ''in American wire gage every 6 gauge decrease gives a doubling of the wire diameter, and every 3 gauge decrease doubles the wire cross sectional area.''
Your '''drain is plugged with crud or mold''' causing the drip tray to overflow into your house. OR '''you do not have the unit installed so that it tilts slightly toward the drain.''' You may be able to ream out the drain clearing the blockage with a small plumbers snake (by hand, not a drill)... if the drain hole is too small some stiff electrical wire fitshould fit to use as a snake. Use the best fit wire gauge ''in American wire gage every 6 gauge decrease gives a doubling of the wire diameter, and every 3 gauge decrease doubles the wire cross sectional area.''
 
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Your '''drain is plugged with crud or mold''' causing the drip tray to overflow into your house. OR '''you do not have the unit installed so that it tilts slightly toward the drain.''' You may be able to ream out the drain clearing the blockage with a small plumbers snake (by hand, not a drill)... if the  drain hole is too small some stiff electrical wire fit.  Use the best fit wire gauge ''in American wire gage every 6 gauge decrease gives a doubling of the wire diameter, and every 3 gauge decrease doubles the wire cross sectional area.''

''If this Answer is helpful '''please remember to return and mark it''' Accepted.''

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