Originally Posted by ctbailey
Many window frame AC units do not have drains. The pan holds the condensate, and the fan has little dippers that "fling" the water onto the coils to aid in cooling. The water then evaporates and or is blown out the exhaust grill as a mist.
2007 Chevy 2500HD crew
2015 Jayco Jayflight 32BHDS
I believe this is the case for the SLX side-mount A/C units. I've not seen any indication of it leaking inside when it's not level or slightly lower on the side with the A/C. You can get a good bit of water down the side when it does finally get tilted that way. I do try and avoid running the A/C if it's not leveled quite the way it should be.
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