I live in a fairly old apartment building that only has a single window air conditioner. The air it outputs into my apartment is cold and it does a good job keeping my apartment cool. But it does drip a great deal of water out of the external vent, and I'd like to know if this means that the unit is inefficient, is being run too much, etc.
The unit was made by GE and runs off of a 240-volt electric outlet. It's fairly heavy-duty looking, similar to an A/C unit you might see in a hotel or motel. It's a heater as well; that part worked fine too last winter, but without all the dripping.
The A/C units of my neighboring tenants don't seem to drip nearly as much. I didn't live here last summer so I can't compare it that way.
I generally run it when temperatures get above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, or the humidity is high. Which is common around here, from mid-May through the end of September days with high temperatures and high humidity will be nearly every day.
Thanks to anyone who replies.