Question about Heating & Cooling
Put a level across the top of air handler you may find its leaning away from the drain. your pan primary outlet may have rust or slime blockage permitting some condensation to make it out to your pump but not enough to keep up with whats being generated by the evap coil. the pan may have rotted out if it has a metal one. some plastic pans crack from stress. if the coil has been removed and reinstalled the guide clips on the pan may me misalifned so your pan may not drain before it overflows. wetness there means you probably have moisture or waterbuild up in the ductboard liner for the return. i have removed 20 gallons of water from inside the box before with no indication it was wet until the airhandler was removed and i could see inside it. assess your drain outlets and pan issues by removing the front panels with a 5/16 nut druver. hope this helps.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008
Check the drain tubes inside the furnace. There may be a loose connection or a split tube.
The unit could also leak from the gasket between the secondary heat exchanger and the vent fan housing. The secondary heat exchanger ould also be leaking or cracked.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: freon leak in my central AC line
depends on how big the leak is. there is a product out that does seal very small pinhole leaks. i have had success with this product called super seal hvac. you will have to determine system size in tons and what type refrigerant it uses. just remember if your losing too much of your charge too fast that probably means the leak is to big for the product to work.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
you need to use a leak detector , the points that has potential to leak is in the joints , fittings, but you need also to check all portion of the pipes. including the cooling coil, and condenser coil.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
No it should not. If their is a leak and it can be reached the coil should be repairable. Replacing it will require a pro to replace it and recharge system. Not a user friendly item. Also may need a line drier and a vacuum pulled on system. You need a license to handle R22 and this may be an R 410a system which requires special gauges. But I would try to go back to the installer and or Goodman about the leak.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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