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Hot water leaks inside through ac unit by feet

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Your heater core is leaking there are no quick fixes on that the unit must be replaced.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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Second choice is - there is a drain hose - it may be clocked up - please pull up the floor man - and look for a rubber hose that goes down through the floor board.
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