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    evap leak.

    Leak at the braze joint for the process stub. Is this the typical goodman leaker.... 2009 ARUF182416AA. Found a metal knock-out in the primary drain hence unit rusted as well as the em pan. Freeze thaw freeze thaw. Just wondering if this is one of the common spots. Have another one here thats is in the same condition have not hit with the gun yet.

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    Yup definitely a common spot. Sometimes I unsweat the stub out and patch it. Most times it's better to replace. With that model number you should get an aluminum coil replacement.

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    Yeah I figured.... My in-laws house two identical units. The bottom of the cabinet is ruined, the em pan is ruined..... the wet switch on the pan is the only non-rusted spot huhhhhhh. Only 3 months left on parts warrenty. I recommend trashing them.

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