02:18PM | 06/18/03
Member Since: 04/15/03
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Looking for some advice. I ran my central air for the first time since buying the house, and I checked the unit in the basement and there was water sitting underneath the unit. The whole central air unit is only 3 years old, and was installed before I bought the house.

The water appears to be leaking from the area of the drain. There is a hose running from the unit to my main floor drain, however it appears the water is coming from one of the two overflow drains. They are capped though.

Do I have to flip a switch or something? The house cooled off quite nice, so it is working....but its just leaking on the floor.

Any/all help is appreciated.


03:30AM | 06/19/03
Member Since: 04/15/03
14 lifetime posts
Thanks for the info. I did that, now we'll just have to see if it works.....


06:48AM | 06/24/03
Member Since: 04/15/03
14 lifetime posts
Everything works fine now! Thanks for the advice!


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