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The condensation pan on my Goodman gmn120-5 air ct36-1b is leaking I do not have the coil model# I got the pan out and it just fell apart, how can I find a replacement pan

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It is normal for properly maintained AC unit to condensate, as the coil drops below dew point it will condensate the water in the coil cabinet and water should flow out condensate drain.
causes... drain stopped up .... correction.. clear drain. Other causes could be low air flow... Dirty Filter.. Dirty Coil ... Obstructions to discharge air grills closed or blocked... others
could be improper Refrigerant charge, Dirty blower vanes blower cabinet not level. All things easily corrected with a Service call by a reputable service company. Good Luck I hope this helped you.

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Water is leaking from the evaporator pan beneath the coils down the inside heater wall and onto tje floor. The condensate pipe is clear. The pan is not accessible within the sheet metal box sitting above...


Hello, if the condensate pipe is clear then most likey the pan is cracked, onlynway to acsess thenpan is by opening up the plenum by cutting into it with sheet metal tools.

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! shut it down but leave the indoor fan on. check the filters and replace as needed. It also appears the drain is plugged or iced up. If ou can access the indoor coil you can service the drain and run some hot water thru the pan that catches the condensate. If you can see your indoor coil and you see a "lint blanket" on the indoor coil you will have to vacume it off as well. I hope this helps let me know Jon

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I have a 5-year old Goodman furnace/AC. It has a drain trap on the side which looks like a cup with 2 hoses coming into it from and a drainage pipe coming out into the sump pump. Recently I noticed a...


Hello, it sounds like your condensate line is clogged and not be able to drain into the condensate pump or your condensate pan is cracked and leaking. Best thing to do is clean the condensate line with a shop vac and see if the water will start to drain, if not looks like the pan is cracked.

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I have a Goodman A/C unit model number AWUF36106BA and serial number 1010684384. It keeps shutting off on us and we have had a repair man come out and said the problem we had is the emergency shut off...


If the drip pan switch is shutting the unit down , this means you have a condensate drain issue. Be careful about wiring around any safety switch, especially if the furnace is in the attic or on a second floor. You could have water dripping on the ceiling. The drip pan switch is a safety switch. The best thing to do would be to inspect the furnace. The pan is underneath it. Look inside the pan if you can. If it is full of water, use a shop vac and vac the water out of the pan. If there is no water, you can locate the safety switch, take the two wires loose from it and just wire them together. Caution: This will be wiring around the condensate safety switch that could cause water to leak on the ceiling or floor depending where the furnace is. Don't go too long without getting someone out to clean the condensate drain out.

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Furnace is leaking water


This is not a lot to go on.

I assume since you called it a furnace, you have hot air heat and central air conditioning. If so, the only way a furnace/AC unit can generate water is by condensing moisture from the air. This is common to all air conditioning and removes humidity from your home. If so, this water, called condensate, must drain. The condensate is collected at the AC cooling coil that is typically located on top of a vertical upflow furnace or downstream of a horizontal furnace. If the drain is clogged, it will overflow and create a mess in and around the furnace. If this is your problem, cleaning and clearing debris may solve the issue. I suggest starting with the easiest accessable part of the drain path. You may need to open the panels enclosing the AC coil and clean the small pans at the bottom of the coil and clear openings from above that look similar to a laundry tub drain. If you get that far and find rust holes in the pan, repairs are needed. If you have an electric condensate pump that may also be the cuprit and require cleaning. Check and clear all drain lines from the coil connection to the final dicharge - sump pit or outside.

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I suppose that the water is coming from the unit where the blower motor is. Condensation is created by the evaporator coil while its running and is suppose to drain into a pan under it and through a pipe to the outside. This pipe could be stopped up. The easiest way to fix that is to blow air through the pipe from the outside. It probably comes out close to the outside unit. It could be that your inside filter is dirty causing reduced air flow and making the evaporator freeze too. Change the filter. That may help. There are other steps that you could take if these don't help. Contact me by email if you need to. Cant run over there because I'm in Missouri but may be able to help in a chat room. kstfas@yahoo.com

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