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How can I stop the cold water copper pipe, coming in from outside, from the condensation onthe outside of the full length of the pipe running across the laundry room where it is open ceiling and dripping?

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Insulate pipe with rubertex from a/c supply house or hardware

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Goodman ez-1425 ac copper pipe keeps freezing up


copper pipe freezing on the outside indicates that there is liquid evaporating in the space created by the suction of the compressor
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depending on how much moisture is in the space you may not see any water dripping out of the pipe, and only 1 of the copper lines should be getting cold underneath the insulation, chances are your compressor is not coming on or no refrigerant is going through the lines.
changing temperature does nothing for a system so as long as it says on, the actual temperature stting makes no difference, the system does work better or harder the further the setting is.
I would check that the fan is on and if the compressor is running they have a very distinct humming noise when they run.

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Hello touch the two copper pipes entering the outside unit, the larger one should be cold with condensation the other one should be warm. If not the unit has no refrigerant in the system or the compressor is not running.

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Remember, that COLD water might cause condensation as it nears the Hot Water tank--

However, you seem pretty sure it was leaking-- so-- What type of piping are we working with: Copper, Plastic, or what?

Copper is the best-- but requires soldering fittings-- are you equipped to do that?

Plastic has shrink and expand problems around a Hot Water tank, and might be why you have the leak?

Tell us more, -- how far do you want to get into this?

Mack B

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Turned on AC was running fine. 30 minutes later began to hear a strange noise. Opened AC/Furnance closet & heard a sound best described as air letting out of a tire. It seemed to be coming from...


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This means that the condenser fan motor (outside unit) failed, this caused to build hi pressure and either activated a safety valve to release the extra pressure or blew a line and R22 Refrigerant escaped from system.

The fix is to replace motor fan and capacitor find the leak and refill system with R22 Refrigerant Gas. It is safe to turn on the Fan Only mode on the Thermostat until a HVAC Tech arrives.
To perform this job parts and labor included will cost: about $300 -.$400. Look on the Yellow Pages for a Tech in your neighborhood.

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Whenever we switch on the ac after 5 to 10 mins water starts leaking from the indoor unit front side.


most likley your airco needs servicing.there is a condensate drain off on the outside where the copper piping comes out the wall,if after the 5 to 10 mins no water comes out through there it could mean that the drainline is choked..also u can check to see if your evaporator is graded properly to ensure a proper drain out of the condensate:-)

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Hello from KOOLBREEZES, this is a simle problem and easy to fix. You have 2-lines going to / from your outside unit. a SMALL COPPER -line and a LARGE COPPER line with insulations. The fat line is suppose to have moisture on it wheres it,s not insulated which tells you you have enough refrigerant gas comming back to he compressor but if its dry you,re low on freon and need a charge or the outside condenser is dirty and not getting rid of enough heat!

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