Question about Heating & Cooling
The coil for the AC sits above the furnace. Two refrigerant lines enter the
plenum, usually the condensate line is on the same side and at the bottom of the plenum. Sometimes they use pvc pipe or a garden hose to drain the condensate.
Your problem is worse than that, it sounds like your indoor coil is froze up, that is why you dont have airflow, either you have a dirty filter or your fan does not work
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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