Question about Heating & Cooling
If the water is leaking too close to the electric wires ..you just take a tube of some kind and for te moment just guide the water to drain away from the electric stuff...and by the way ..this is the condense water that results on the difference of the air temperature (humidity) and the cold parts inside the device ..and it is a normal effect ..but that pipe should have been longer and have a container or a bucket at the end to collect the drainage water
So ..untill the installer will be there ..just improvise something with a tape and a pipe ..to avoid the water to get to the electric part and cause a short ..circuit...
the effect is normal and there will be no issues ..
Posted on May 27, 2010
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