Question about Heating & Cooling
Where is water dripping? Out the outside unit or inside? Evap. Coils (indoor coils) condense when cooling so it is necessary to have a condensate drain hooked up. If the unit is leaking out of something besides the drain like out of the coil case then you have a blockage in your condesate line either in the drain pan under the coil or somewhere in the line that leads to your drain. blow the line both ways with nitrogen or pull the line out and clean it with a hose.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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