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Extreme condensation, pooling in the floor of T-49

Over the past several weeks we have had to sponge out excess water that has formed on the floor of the T-49. Fans appear tobe working and its been holding temps properly. Any ideas?

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Please check your drain. These units have a drain pan for the condensation. After these units have been running the drain may develope a build up of debris.

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