Question about Weather King Heating & Cooling
I pour water through the coils and it does drain properly, but when I get to the far left coil, the water does leak on side of box.
Could be a cracked condensate pan. this may require replacing the pan or there are sealing sprays on the market which you can buy at HVAC stores.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace it it's junk - going to do that this time because this is the fourth year of the same problem on the hottest days this intertherm junk downflow ac unit condensates where it will not and con not be captured by the pan - built by relatives of the guy who designed the titanic -
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
SOURCE: Carrier Infinity AC indoor unit
It seems as though you have an unrelated water leak....
Often the water supplies are copper tubing....
Copper tubing and concrete do not get along well...
but hey it lasts till the warranty is up....
and they can't see it from their house...
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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