Question about Heating & Cooling
We had a carrier infinity system put in place 2 years ago. A week a go we had a system failure and notification on our screen for system malfunction. It turns out that the damper control module failed because of moisture under our crawl space. I then went under our crawl space to find that our unit is sweating like crazy and their is moisutre dripping in large amounts off all of the duct work. I was really sick to my stomach. Our insulation is falling off because it has become so wet. It really is a night mare. We lived in this home for 10 years and never had a moisture problem underneath. I confirmed with a general contractor that I do not have any plumbing leaks. The water is definitely coming from the system itself. The damper control module was installed under the crawl space and I have been informed that this should have been installed indoors in a closet. Also, the unit was layed horizontally and has only 1" clearance from the ground. I was told that this does not even meet code. I am convinced that the unit has been installed improperly. I am concerned about proper duct work, etc. What do you think?
If its an infinity. check and make sure you have a proper charge and no air infiltration from attic. also check blower speed on your humidity control in the controller set up
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
Either its not drainning mositure properly or low air flow across the "A" coils- caused by dirty filter .
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It shouldn't leak or sweat inside the building. Have the installer pay for a reinstallation by a qualified technician. Threaten them with small claims court and negative publicity. Both work quite well.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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