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Air Handler V coil drip into Plenum

My upstairs air handler v coil drips inside the plenum return. I have to put a bowl in the return plenum to catch condensation. Drip pan not blocked. Refrigerant ok.

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Dirty coil allowing condensate to form on surfuce of coil then dripping into plenum or defective drain pan.

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SOURCE: drip pan wet furnace filter lennox air handler

verymuch so it is clogged up , now open system treat drain pan with bleach ,blow out two lines if there are available but if theres only one treat that on ,then treat the coils clean an treat them after cleaning pour little bleach in the bottom of the pan

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SOURCE: Have model number FV4BNB006 air

Be sure the unit is tilted slightly to the rear and that the back drain
is clear. Also the floor of the unit should be clear of sludge,etc.
so the water can drain from front to rear and out the drain.

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Posted on Aug 31, 2010

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