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Leaking water Ancient lennox central heat/air, to be replaced soon. However, has been running almost nonstop trying to keep up with the heat. Now I see water leaking from underneath the part of the central air unit inside the house. Is this dangerous, or just a nuisance I have to put up with until the unit is replaced in a week or two?

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Sounds like ether you have a plugged condensate drain,or the drain pan is rusted out.If it it clogged you can squire a bit of water through to unclogg.If it is rusted youll have to wait it out.Good luck.

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