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Water leaking into the house - model AOT24RWGL

Our split system airconditioner has started leaking water from the condenser (opposite side to the outlet pipe) into the house. Filters are clean. The drain to the outside appears to be clear.

Is there any way that it would have realigned itself on the wall?

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Either the drain line is clogged, or there is a hole in the pan.

Get a powerfull wet/dry shop vacume.
Attatch it to the end of the drain pipe and seal it tight and pull out any dirt, mold crud blockages.

Take the panel off so you can access the drain pan under the evap coil. Clean that out as well with the vac.

Once its nice and clean, poor a gallon or so of water into the pan bein g carefull to not pour to fast.
Make sure that the line is drainign well and look for any spots where there may be a crack, hole etc in the drain pan where water may leak out

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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