Question about Heating & Cooling
Ok need a pan tool were can i find one
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
That's not the problem. It has a 1" crack in bottom of the thin plastic drain pan. I need to figure out how to seal that crack. Replacing the drain pan would be a major project, due to it's attic location and it sits in the drain pan.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Check the drain line for possible plugged trap. Blow back through it in some way to try to clear it.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, no don't drill holes in bottom tray, to make drain, that's design, you need to keep water there, the fan usually pick up water(moisture) and add to your air inside your home, otherwise the air in your home will become to dry, dry air will create static electricity all over your home, from your carpet to your clothes, you need to level your unit horizontally, put a spirit level, and you should have a slight pitch, from front to back, good luck.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
On your cold side air coming in, does the ductwork have any insulation on it? Also The evaporator (front part, up where your filter is ) may have a plugged drain tube, depending on year make & model. Not uncommon for some to have a cracked drain pan as well. Your best bet may be to pull plastic cover off unit, then look on side of evaporator housing & see if you notice a tube sticking out side for drainage. It may be plugged if there is one there, use a piece of coated wire or similar and try cleaning it ou, carefully, don't ram it in there and hit coils too hard.. You can remove the 5/16" head screws that hold cover over evaporator, and pull that cover forward & have a look as well.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
If water was in it in the winter it could have froze.
If your pan has a heating element in it, and it didn't turn off. It could have the same effect as being in the Arizona sun. Or just old age.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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