I have a central air unit that has begun to leak water again. A few months ago, someone came out and told me that it was clogged with algie, and he put algie tablets in it, and instructed me to put bleach in that line every now and then, I have done it but it has begun to leak again, what do you suggest I do from here?
My guess is that water is accumulating in the tray or line, and not draining properly. To fix it, you will need to tip the tray so that no water accumulates. Also, check if the line is draining. Good luck.
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If it is leaking fluid from the holes in the nozzle then the tip is not making good contact with the seat, the seat of the nozzle could also be dinged, or the tip / gun gasket might be bad. If the water is coming from the needle / nozzle seat, the needle or inside seating area of the nozzle could be nicked.
Any air leaks in the suction portion of the machine will cause it not to spray or spray weak. This is a airless paint spray correct? Your paint should be at least thin down using 1 gallon of water for a 5 gallons of paint. I find Baer paint is even thicker and had to slowly add more water.
To check if it is your paint. Fill a bucket of just water and see if it will spray your water. Of course after it gets a good prime. Let it recirculate until the water is coming out of the bypass as a solid stream. If it does not spray water then you have either a air leak or your pump packing needs replacement.
Let me know the results and the make and model of the machine.