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Old 08-12-2007, 06:23 PM
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Model Number: AGH08AJG1   Brand: GE   Age: Less than 1 year   

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Both of my window units are spitting water out the front of the appliance. They were purchased at the same time. Both GE's.


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Being they are less then a year old they should be under warranty.

I would check with the dealer on getting them fixed under warranty before trying to repair them yourself.
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The should hang down a liitle out of window to let the condensate drain. If the units are level, let them hang down in back
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If it is spitting water water out the front grill the holes for condensate to drain maybe clogged with dirt, you need to tilt the back of the window unit down a little so condensate will drain out.
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