Question about Heating & Cooling
Its not leaking. As the fan blows air across the cold coils the water in the air condenses on to the coil. When enough water condenses it forms drops which drip out of the AC unit. In humid parts of the world AC units can drip enough to be nuisance. In really dry parts of the world you may not get any condensation at all.
If you really think, that it's not a problem of condensation, it's leaking....Check the pipe that goes to ground. There must be a leak in it.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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