Question about Kitchen Ranges
Your AC has a drain pan designed to hold condensate. It also has a pipe which allows the drain pan to empty outside. Open up the cooling coil cabinet and check if it is flooded. If it is, just as someone here answered, the drain pipe could be plugged up and needs to be cleared. Make sure that your drain pipe has enough down slope to allow water to drain.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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