Question about Intertherm Heating & Cooling
I realize this post is a few years old, but I keep having the same problem. Just got out from under my trailer draining water out of the insulation. I noticed when my unit was running that the water in the pan was being pulled back towards the inside of the coils. After cleaning it up I noticed that where the coils sat in the pan had rusted a hole in a few areas and was allowing the water to get inside wetting the blower and everything inside along with my floor bad enough that water was coming up through the tiles when we walked across the floor.
Don't know if this was the right move - wanting some insight, but I siliconed along the bottom of the pan to try and seal the rusted areas.
Posted on May 20, 2012
It's very rare, but the front water pan could have a hole in it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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