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trichic98

11:51AM | 07/23/05
Member Since: 07/22/05
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Help! I have a Central AC unit that is creating condensation which is flooding in my basement and is leaking into my downstairs den. I have cleaned the condensation pipe and it is flowing freely and the outlet where the pipe goes into my yard is also flowing freely and unobstructed. I have also realigned how the condensation pipe goes..it is at constant downward level so as to promote the water running out of the pipe into my yard. HOWEVER, I still have water leaking. I do not know what to fix or check next. There is condensation driplets running down the internal unit and it pools into water on the floor. I am only keeping the unit at 74 degrees and yet condensation is dripping everywhere. What can I try to do now? PLease help. Thank you, Catherine

disneybrat

02:32PM | 07/25/05
Member Since: 07/24/05
1 lifetime posts
I have the same problem, my water is comming out on to the floor just outside the unit threw the bottum of the wall. did you get the help you needed to solv the problem if so can you help me with mine? please let me know im at casinoworkers@citlink.net thank you stewart b.

BV001542

01:24PM | 07/11/13
I would like to know if you found a solution for your a/c unit? Roymichay@gmail.com
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