When you look inside the vents from the inside, you see a styrofoam area with an opening in the middle where you can see the fan in the air conditioning unit. Looking at the unit from the back, from outside, the styrofoam part is closed off from the working parts of the air conditioning unit and the back grille.
When the unit is operating, you can sit there and see an enormous amount of water pool up inside the grilles around the styrofoam area, I mean an enormous amount. It doesn't appear to have any outlet to run back to the back of the unit, it certainly doesn't appear to be running down into the opening to the fan area. It just pools up and blows out the vent grilles. You can literally hear the thing sloshing.
We have tried everything and it's impossible to mount this unit tilted any more downward at the back ... you can see the downward slant in the styrofoam area ... but it continues to blow water out of the grille to where we have to keep towels on the floor in front of it. I've even thought of punching holes in the styrofoam to see if that might help the water stop pooling up in the area around the vents.
Does anyone know what might be going on here, or have any suggestions for what we might could do to fix this. It's a great air conditioning unit as far as cooling the small area we use it for, but we're getting tired of having to clean up water from it.