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My indoor A/C unit leaks. What could be causing this???

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The condensate line is clogged...or drain pan is rusted or cracked..locate the drain at the exterior and **** it out with a wet vac

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SOURCE: LEAKING SPLIT TYPE AC

drain line is more and likely stopped up

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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After a few hrs of cooling it began to ice. What's the problem?


Hi I don't know how old the unit is, but what causes the indoor unit to ice up, can be a number of things. The coil or filter up top at the indoor unit being dirty. If the coil is dirty, the blower motor can't blow enough air across the coil and will cause it to ice over. If the coil is dirty, it will need to be cleaned. If not, I would have to say that the unit is low on freon, you have a leak somewhere. You have developed a small leak and this will cause the indoor coil to ice up very quickly. On these split systems, the freon lines are screwed together and not brazed with a torch causing this to be a weak link in the system. The system is under high pressure. Anytime you have 2 freon lines connected together by threaded connections, there is a good chance they will leak over time, or right away if not done properly. I would take a good strong light and remove the cover indoors to check the condition of the coil. If it is clean, and the filter is clean, make sure you have only the fan on and the ice has melted off before you do this, and feel the force of the air coming in from the blower motor. It should be nice and strong. If this all appears to be clean and alright, then I would say you have a leak and you will need to call out a tech to do this type of job. This is all that you can do at this point. If the unit is new, lets say less then 6 months, it should still be under warranty. You would know this. I hope I have been of help to you on this, as I see this everyday. Please don't forget to rate me, and please keep me posted on the outcome. I will be here if you need me.
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Hi, if you are running this in cool when the icing occurs, there are several things that will cause this. #1, make sure the indoor fan is running up to full speed. #2, make sure that the indoor coil where the air comes in is clean and that the filter media is also clean and not clogged with dirt. The reason I asked if you were running it in cool when this happens is if this were a heat-pump and you were running it in heat, the ice would build up on the outdoor unit and you would have a defrost problem, so just forget that unless this is happening. If fan is running up to speed good and strong, the filter behind the cover on the indoor unit is clean and not clogged and the coil behind the indoor unit is clean, you will have a freon leak somewhere in the unit. Check what I have told you first. Use a ladder if you need to reach the indoor unit. Make sure all is clean and if the foam type filter is old and rotten, you can get some at a hardware store, like Home Depot, Ace Hardware, and so forth. If it continues to ice up, you do have a small freon leak and this will take a certified service tech to locate leak and recharge the system. Most leaks occur on these ductless splits at the freon lines where the lines screw together at the indoor coil to the outdoor unit. I have seen this happen many times as a A/C Refrigeration contractor. You do have a top of the line system I have to say, very little calls to make repairs on the Mitsubishi split system. Lets hope its just a coil or filter that is plugged up not letting air through the coil which will ice up the unit. Keep me posted and feel free to correct me if I was wrong about the way the unit is set up.Also, keep me posted on what you have found and if you have or have not solved the problem. Please get back to me.
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Hi, it sounds like the evaporator coil that is located on the inside as built up with ice, and has blocked most of the air flow. What can cause this is a very dirty filter, indoor coil that's iced up, and if the filter and coil are clean, make sure the indoor blower is up to speed. Turn it off and let it defrost. It will take some time. Turn it on fan only. If all is clean and motor is fine and it continues to ice, you are low on freon, and have a small leak causing it to ice up. It is probably a very small leak that may have taken a few years to leak to this point. I would make sure the filter is clean, coil indoors is clean, and blower is up to speed. If this is all good, you will need to get it charged. This unit holds less then 2 pounds of R-22.
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i dont really understand, but if it a residential split and you have water in the emergancy pan underneath the indoor unit there is a float switch in that pan that is open not letting the unit come on it is there to prevent water from leaking throgh the ceiling.
drain that pan and unit should come on however something is wrong. when is the last time yuo changed the filter 9 times out of ten that is the problem if filter is changed and indoor motor not running that will cause unit tice up causing leak, third the which is unl,ikely you have a leak. if i can help you anymore please let me know

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