Question about Soleus Heating & Cooling
When I use the air part of it it is leaking all over the floor what do I need to do. Don't have a user guide and not sure if there is a drain that I am missing or what
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sometimes the pan that catches the water rusts through and leaks no matter what you do with the drain. If the leak spot is accessible you can fix it when its clean and dry with some JB weld or some other epoxy;' many times though its totally unreachable, and needs to be replaced. In that instance call a reputable HVAC to repair. Sometimes leaks come from the unit being out of level. I'm assuming this a split system unit. This sometimes can be re-leveled by way of some wooden shims or adjusting the support. Also you can slightly shim the unit to where the condensation runs forward to the drain, avoiding the leak in the back. Good luck
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: Air Handler leaking
First make sure unit is level. Drain pan may be dirty. On the rheem or Ruud unit the back of the pan gets stopped up. Ithas small holes that let the water by and they get stopped up. Now even though your drain is clean you may have a stopped up dain pan. Check this > These are problems you can take care of your self. Open up the top panel of your unit and you can look down on the drain pan. Check for dirt and stoppage near the outlet of the drain pan. You amy also have a cracked drain pan but I doubt it. Rus
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: My amcor air conditioner is
Dehumidifying is a product of AC, that is a good thing, water on the floor is not. Do you have the ability to drain the water away to a floor drain or somewhere? Or just drain the catch pan, on what ever schedule it takes to prevent over flow. You obviously have a very high humidity, if your house is tight you should start to see the condensate water slow down.
Posted on Jul 06, 2011
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