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Model 58STA/STX is leaking water into the pan and then draining outside

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SOURCE: drain pan leaking?

there is a drip pan located underneath you ref but most likely your prob is a plugged drain line coming from the freezer. when you ref goes into automatic def the water doesnt run out into the drip pan but instead onto your floor..

you can clean the drain line by removing the rear cover in the freezer compartment and using hot water to thaw the drain below the evap coil.

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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heres the manual for the unit, look at pages 46-47 and theres a trouble shooting ladder schematic that asks what the systums are then gives the solutions for the fix. if you are still having problems you can request to talk to me and I'll be more than happy to help.

http://www.docs.hvacpartners.com/idc/groups/public/documents/techlit/58st-13si.pdf

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Carrier Furnace Model 58STA/STX not firing

Have you checked the gas valve on the unit.. is it set to on? also check the gas valve going to the unit on?

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Water leak under refrigerator, Frigidaire, FRS6R5ESBC

chk out dis video
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Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: GE Profile TPX24... Water leaking inside the

you may be looking at the drain trough / if a top freezer . the drain is iced over and needs to be cleaned with hot water . mm

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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Once open then with a flashlight look down inside where the water collects in the condensate drain pan.
Verify that the pan is not full of water or algae build up.
If it is, then attach a wet vac to your drain outside and while it is pulling on the drain line spray some water inside till it is fully clean.
If it is not full of water then check the pvc pipes that are attached to the drain pan, they may have came loose and may need to be teflon taped and reconnected to the pan. Also verify there are no cracks in the pan.
Lastly inspect the bottom of the evaporator coil (Not the top) pull out the filter and make sure the coil is clean or water could drip down past the pan into your dwelling. Make sure as well that the insulation on your panel that covers the unit is intact and not worn away.

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