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Hello, in order to check freon level you will need a set of gauges. The water at the bottum is aresult of a cracked or rusted condensate pan or a clogged condensate drain, try using a shop vac to clean any sludge in the condensate line.
If the cooling coils are leaking, you'll need to do more than just clean it, You need to replace them, as you're loosing refrigerant gas. Or is it simply a case that they are sweating? If that's the case, the condensation should drip into the condensation pan and drain outside via the drain hole in the rear of the condensation/drip pan.
Cleaning the coils is a good idea. But, it will involve sliding the inner mechanical portion of the unit out of the outer shell of the cabinet. If you decide to do this, have a helper handy for it's removal.
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There is a drip pan bit the middle is open to allow air flow through the coil and into your ducting. If the drain for the drip pan is clogged it will fill up and overflow onto your furnace and then to the floor.If that is what is happening then clean out the drain tube running down the front of the furnace and it should empty the drip pan and solve your problem.
You also need to have your furnace checked for water damage in the electrical components, if these have gotten wet then you run the risk of a fire. Please consider calling an expert in your area to inspect your furnace and make sure the drain line is clear.
I assume you are talking about the indoor unit. One function of the a/c system is to dehumidify the air. Condensation forms on the cooling coil and runs to the drip pan. There should be a drain line on the drip pan that drains the pan outside. These sometimes become clogged causing the water level in the pan to rise. Try some mild drain cleaner to open the line. Hope this helps. Let me know what you find.
please contact the service authority because this is beyond your limit. to solve your problem, the back panel has to remove and only the service engineer knows the skill.......................sorry friend!
Thess units are designed to discharge the condensed water onto the roof under normal conditions. HOWEVER you should be able to have a sheet metal person make up a drain pan to fit under the unit. You would ten need to add an additional gasket between the drain pan to roof and drain pan to A/C unit. The drain pan could have a hose connection attached to the drain pan. Try it, you might like it. Also you may have to get longer screws to tighten down the A/C from below.