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The drip pan for my HVAC American Standard Unit is full with 6 gallons of water? What is happening?

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Hi,
The drain is clogged...look for the 3/4" plastic pipe coming from under the evaporator coil and then blow that out...usually it is the trap that cloggs...the best way is to shoot a shot of air through it with compressed air...

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Found one with the shipping plug still in the drain bad install

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