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The vents on my AC is Leaking Water

Is the A/C Fixable?

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Sounds like your evaperator is not draineing, does this happen on day when you area has more humity?than others what part of the country do you live in,(example if you live in phiniox you should not have a big problem,

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First Question? are the branch lines that lead to your registars insulated. Are the branch lines that go to your registars flex line. If the branch lines are not insulated, condensation forms because the cool air and the hot air meet at the uninsulated branches which drip condensation(water) from your registars

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