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Air conditioners wring moisture from the surrounding air that collects in a pan under the cooling coil in the inside unit.
Chances are that the condensate drain is plugged or the drain pan is plugged. Look for a hose that exits the inside unit and runs to a drain. You can follow it back to the drain pan of the A/C unit. If there is water sitting in the pan, then either the hose or pan or both are plugged.
Turn the unit off, get a small bucket and remove the drain tube. Catch the water in the bucket. Blow through the drain line until it's clear. If the thought of doing this is too repulsive, then use an air compressor or even a manual tire pump. Now check the drain pan in the unit for debris and remove as much as possible from the pan and the drain fitting.
Both the pan and drain line should be checked at the beginning of each cooling season.
Reinstall the drain tube and see how it works!
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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