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Have a Coleman Evcon AH16W10BA dripping water from EVERYWHERE!

The whole underneath of this unit is dripping water. I have also had the coils cleaned by Sears. Currently the drippings are filling an 8 gallon bucket in a day or less. This is in a two story house in Florida.
I have rigged tin foil all underneath the unit leading to the big 8 gallon bucket which I frequently scoop the water out of. What can I do?

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Probably the drain is clogh (it's a p.v.c. pipe , or could be a 3/4 or 1" hose comming out of the inside unit) , to clear the drain , the best thing is to blow air pressure thruogh it , and keep it clean by pouring about a cup of bleach every 3/4 months.

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