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Have standing water on furnace pan.

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Clean out condensate drain under A coil

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Why is there water on my furnace when the a/c is running?


Condensate normally drains into a pan that either empties into a floor drain by gravity or empties into a pump inlet for discharge outside. The drain pan may be clogged, preventing it from emptying or, more likely, the drain pan is leaking condensate.

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Sounds like the furnace is tripping off on a limit safety, either temperature or air switch. Check filters and restrictions to air flow (furniture over return air grills, blocked filters) also, check the drainage line of the system. If the furnace can't drain water fast enough it will back up internally, and trip the system off on a pressure switch safety.

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I have a Carrier central air unit in the attic. There is water dripping through the ceiling. There is a problem with the internal drain pan, as the unit drips a LOT of water into the emergency pan. There...


The internal catch pan is very time consuming to replace, especially since it is located in the attic. But before you try that, have you checked to see if the drain line is clogged with algae and that it has the one inch to one foot drop you need for proper drainage? Has you house settled throwing the slope off?

If you live in the South algae growth can clog you drain line. I would disconnect the drain line (have a bucket handy) and see if it is clogged. If you have algai growth then you need to treat with bleach to kill it off. You might also want to run a drain snake through the rest of the line to make sure that it is clear.

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When you say drip pan are you refering to a pan located under unit in case drain plugs ? If this is what you are talking about and you have a furnace that is 90% efficient or more which will be vented with pvc, it needs to be under the whole furnace as condensate water also comes from furnace when operating and if this drain plugs you will also have water leaking down from furnace. If it is a 80% furnace which will be vented into a chimney then pan needs to be just under a/c

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While the central air unit is on, water is leaking


Any time you have an HVAC problem the best solution is to call a qualified tech. While many problems (and quite possibly this one) aren't that hard to fix the repair cost if you screw something up can be very high. My disclaimer out of the way, here you go:
the condensate (water) is not draining properly. This is either because your pump (if you have one) isn't working, the drain line is clogged (most likely), the gravity drain has been knocked around and feeds back into the furnace, or something more sinister (crack in the evaporator coil pan, for instance). If you have a pump (you'll see PVC running into it and vinyl tubing running out, make sure it's plugged in and the lines are not clogged or kinked. If you have a gravity drain try disconnecting it and blowing it out and making sure it always runs downhill, even if only a little. Other than that, call the HVAC service guys.
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Water dripping from furnace while air conditioner is running.


you need to have a drip line that take away the water when the ac is on so the water does not goes into the furnace ,also check for leaky line that could causing water to leak back

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Furnace is leaking water


This is not a lot to go on.

I assume since you called it a furnace, you have hot air heat and central air conditioning. If so, the only way a furnace/AC unit can generate water is by condensing moisture from the air. This is common to all air conditioning and removes humidity from your home. If so, this water, called condensate, must drain. The condensate is collected at the AC cooling coil that is typically located on top of a vertical upflow furnace or downstream of a horizontal furnace. If the drain is clogged, it will overflow and create a mess in and around the furnace. If this is your problem, cleaning and clearing debris may solve the issue. I suggest starting with the easiest accessable part of the drain path. You may need to open the panels enclosing the AC coil and clean the small pans at the bottom of the coil and clear openings from above that look similar to a laundry tub drain. If you get that far and find rust holes in the pan, repairs are needed. If you have an electric condensate pump that may also be the cuprit and require cleaning. Check and clear all drain lines from the coil connection to the final dicharge - sump pit or outside.

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My central air conditioner which is 901282 Intertherm is rusted out and leaking. It looks like that the base can be replaced. Can you help me?


Yes, the base is called a pan and it can be replace with a plastic pan, or they have a liquid whic can be poured thru standing water and seal rusted pan leaks.. >Check out Palmer Supply in OKlahoma on the web-page but if you need the plastic pan check out the company of the unit web-page! Thank-you-very-much!

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A.C. unit


One of the cause of water dripping in the indoor is restricted drainage. To Identify if your drainage is restricted.
- Turn "off " the circuit breaker and take out the face cover of the unit.
- Turn "on" the circuit breaker and start the unit, wait until the unit drips.
- When the unit dripped check the drain pan if overflowed with water.
- If the drain pan is full of water you need to flush the drainage with water to remove the restriction. If the pressure of water in your area is high you can use your garden hose to flush the drainage.

Another is dirty evaporator fins (icing), dirty drain pan, broken drain pan or incorrect installation.

YOU CAN LOCATE THE DRAINAGE AT THE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE DRAIN PAN
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