Question about Heating & Cooling
We live on the second floor of a condo. The central air conditioner unit is mounted in a hallway closet. Apparently there is a leak because the tenant in the apartment downstairs has a wet stain in her ceiling just below our unit.It appears to be a slow leak and the slightly damp ceiling stain is slowly spreading.The area in the closet where the unit is is completely dry.Do you have any suggestions as to what the problem may be and how to solve it?
The air handler has either a drip pan with exit pipes on the side or a drain pipe and any of which could be clogged.. Find out were the water is supose to exit,, and at that end - tape a strong wet vac to suk out any clog or debris..
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Posted on Jul 22, 2009
In the closet is a drip pan for condensation off your evaporator coil and a drain, i would say your drain is clogged, pull the cover off the airhandler and force air to blow the debri out , i use a small air compressor and hose to force out the debri. hopefully you're not dealing with cast iron pipes.
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