Posted 21 July 2012 - 09:02 PM
Posted 22 July 2012 - 07:02 AM
Check and clear the primary drain line,it could be stopped up.
The primary drain pan under the coil may have a crack in it.
A shop vac on the drain line from the outside of the house works good.
Check the air handler panel for loose or missing screws and a tight seal.
Excess humidity from the attic ditectly into the air handler causes excess condensate.
Check the incoming side of the evaporator coil for dirt and dust.
A dirty coil and or dirty blower wheel blades can cause this.
Loose ductwork at the return plenum must be resealed.
Low refrigerant usually results in a frozen coil not excess condensate.
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