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Coil condensation problem

The coil condensation goes into my ceiling instead of draing where ever it is suppose to go.

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Is the coil fan suppose to run at all times ?


Condenser Fan runs as long as the compressor runs, which is always when there is a call for cooling.
pay attention to this fan, you will often loos the condenser fan after cleaning due to fine dust getting into the motor and drying the bushing.

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My Bryant air handler with V coil is dripping condensation outside of drain pan and onto my return plenum. I have to keep a bowl to collect the condensation. Pan not clogged and refrigerant ok. Con


Either the coil pan is cracked, or the coils are not set properly. if coil pan is cracked, you have two options, Replace the coil, or get a condensate pump. The condesate pump is a temporary fix because some water would stay in the secondary pan and eventually rust it out, causing damage to whatever is below it, which is usually your ceiling.

Apr 08, 2014 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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My air conditioner's bucket is overflowing with water and leaking all through the ceiling onto our floor, ruining the paint on the walls. Any solutions?


I assume you have a unit in the attic as described condensate leaking from ceiling and down the walls etc.
What is not normal is a bucket to contain the condensate, there should be 2 lines a primary from the evap coil and a secondary preferably from a secondary drain pan resting underneath your unit. A bucket will never work in this capacity.

Oct 09, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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Leaking water thru the ducts on thru my ceiling


Hello
Your condensate drain pan is clogged.This is at your inside coil or airhandler.There is a drain also attached to the pan that is probably clogged.
Shut the unit down and pull the covers off should be near where the filter goes.Find the drain hole and get the debris out.

You may need to get a new filter also its probably wet too.

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Water not draining out of ac it is spraying instead of dripping


If it is spraying against the condenser (outside coil) that is what it is suppose to do.
The ring around the fan is called a "Slinger" ring. Picks up the water and slings it against the condenser helping to cool it down. This makes it more efficient.

May 14, 2011 | Haier Heating & Cooling

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GE Profile 21 cu ft. goes continuously except upon defrost, "once a day" for about 30 minutes. Unit cools both on freezer side and refrigerator side (ice cream ok and milk ok). Repairman...


open the doors and feel the middle strip.if that's hot check the condenser fan to make sure it's running and clean out the coil in the back.pull out the machine,remove the bottom panel,on the right side you'll see the coil,with a shop vac vac off the coil and then put it on blow and blow out the coil,that's the only way to clean this kind of coil and make sure the fan is blowing back there.let me know what you find,also send the full model number,open the fridge door,look at the right wall near the ceiling and you should see the model number.

Jan 23, 2011 | GE Profile Side-By-Side Refrigerator with...

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Side of freezer seems warm


Hi!!

Don't worry about the line, it is supposed to be the way it is. If you are talking about the condenser coil, located on the back bottom part of the unit, with a small fan in front of it, yes, it is supposed to be hot.

The condenser job is to disipate the heat absorbed by the evaporator (the coil inside the freezer). Make sure the condenser is clean and condenser fan is working, also, make sure there is air circulating thru the back of the unit to help cooling the condenser.

The noises you hear, are probably the defrost coil melting the ice on the evaporator, this function is on a timer and happens 3 or 4 times a day.

Good Luck!!

Aug 03, 2010 | Woods 247 cu. ft. Upright Freezer FU25

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My Coleman rv mach3 63134cst which is about 3 years old won't cycle and freezes up when it runs to long. Ice forms on coils.


If coils are clean, or have been cleaned recently, then check your discharge side of unit for restriction. It may require you to take down ceiling assy, to be sure that there is nothing blocking the duct work inlets, if it is a ducted system. Also if ducted system, make sure you don't have too many blocked/shut off. As well you should have a freeze probe, or round sensor in the coils at front where intake filter goes over, (evaporator) to sense the frost, and kick compressor out until it thaws. When was the last time the evaporator and condenser (rear) coils were cleaned?

May 16, 2010 | Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner

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The small copper line should not be really hot its supposed to be carrying liquid refrigerant which has already had the heat "pressed" out of it by the compressor and carried of by the air flowing over the condenser coil. This could indicate a few things; that your unit is overcharged, you have a mismatched evaporator coil and condenser, an ineffective condenser fan motor or a clogged condenser coil and as a result your compressor is shutting of due to an overload condition from the building heat and back pressure between the compressor outlet and the evaporator inlet.

First make sure your condenser is clean and that adequate air is flowing over the fins of the condenser coil. Then be sure your equipment is a matched system. A indication that your condenser fan motor is not at speed is slow starting a humming sound and excessive heat. In my experience this complaint is generally the result of a bad condenser fan motor that over heats and shuts of after a short period and the build up of heat in the liquid refrigerant line of course trips the compressor overload circuit- which by the way usually takes hours to reset. I hope you've already resolved this, but in case you haven't......

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