Question about Heating & Cooling
Water was collecting in the pan and there was no way for it to drain. I drilled a hole in the pan, but slipped and punctured a hole in one of the back coils. Freon sprayed everywhere. Can this be fixed.
If you shut it down and don't **** in a lot of moist air. these are not made to drain but to sling water on condencer coil unless this is the inside coil. If so there is a small drain some where but may be harg to see. Also can be soldered it is copper. depends on how big and how old this unit is if it is worth repairing. normally not a cheap repair. at least $100.00 with time ,repair, drier and freon.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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