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Matt_In_Michigan

Goodman CKL24-1M Evaporator coils

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Here's the short version. This unit is in a rental. Tenants complained about water all over the floor in the laundry room. Simple enough, clogged drain pan line. Cleared the line, still leaking. Drain pan was rusted through. Fabbed a new drain pan to sit under the old one complete with new drain. No more water leaks, but the coils keep freezing up. I pulled the new pan, ran it, no freeze up. I blew out the coils, inside and outside. WTF did I miss?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Matt

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Is the new pan bigger? Maybe it's blocking air flow.

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LOL, yes the first pan was too big. I left that part out. The second one was about 1/4" wider and about 1" shorter.

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