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Leaks water into the house from the inside unit serial no: 106KA02427

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Condensation problem may have t-stat set to low do not set unit more then 20 degrees lower then the outside air temp may also need the line set checked for complete insulation missing insulation can cause water leakage from condensation also

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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