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    Central Air help

    When my central air is running, water is coming out underneath and running all over. The hose that runs to the floor drain is not plugged, it's coming from inside. Anyone????:confused:

    #2
    You probably have what is called an "A-coil" that is dirty. The industry has what is called a "fin comb" that cleans it out, but a good shop vac will work well too. Around the a-coil, is a place for the water to drain into the hose. I would recommend that this area be clean as well so the water can get to the hose.
    I do what the voices in my tackle box tell me to do.

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      #3
      It could still be the hose, but at the inlet of the drain, ours did this last year, and I opened up the unit and found some gunk at the hole where the water starts to drain at the start of the hose, the water tray filled up with some gunk and collected at that opening, then the water wasnt going anywhere and ran over.
      Gotta go to the store and get some bactine. Raccoons make horrible pillows.

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