Question about Air Conditioners
Either your condensate drain is blocked with debris or you've been freezing up. Look for a white pvc pipe usually 3/4" coming out the front of the unit. Find the other end and stick a shop vac on it. If you get a glob of goop followed by water, this was your problem. If you can check the indoor coil, see if there is any ice, if there is ice, check your air filter, if filter is good, call an a/c service because you probably have a freon leak. If ice is an issue, you must turn the system off and turn the fan switch on to allow the system to thaw completely before you can try to use it again or also before an a/c service can repair it.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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