Question about Heating & Cooling
Yes, the drain has either come loose, or clogged. Treat these as you would any plumbing problem. If the water isn't coming out at all where it normally does you can use some drain cleaner followe by plenty of water. If the line is broke you may need a 3/4 inch pvc coupling, pvc glue and a small hand saw to repair the drain pipe. There is a possibility that it is the pan has rusted through, which you would probably need help from a Pro. Good luck
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