Question about Haier HPAC90ER Air Conditioner
Our portable unit seems to work fine other than we noticed water leaking in the ceiling below the room that has the unit.
AIR CONDITIONER LEAKING WATER Water is a byproduct of air conditioning and is drained off and removed.
There are two categories of problems if there water appears around your inside air conditioning equipment.
A frozen coil is the result of a low refrigerant charge or not enough air flow. A professional is needed to correct the refrigerant charge. Most air flow problems are due to dirty filters, which the homeowner himself should know/learn how to replace.
The evaporator coil is very cold, which causes water to condense on it's surface, like how water condenses on a cold soda can. The water runs to a drain pan at the bottom of the coil and then flows outside your home via a drain pipe. If water is leaking around your furnace, you very likely have a clogged drain pipe or cracked drain pan and should have it fixed immediately.
However, if you have a heat pump and you see water around the outdoor unit during the winter, this is normal.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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