Question about Heating & Cooling
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
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