My Trane TAM7A0C36H31SAA AHU manufactured in October 2011 and installed as part of a matched system with a 2.5 ton Trane XL15i Heat Pump last November is leaking condensate. The water is leaking both through the seam in the modular AHU unit and through the door. I opened the coil section door to check for any blockage of the drain and found that the water is dripping from the plastic diverter which is installed at the apex of the A coil and splashing the door running down the inside of the door and leaking out the door gasket. Some of the water is also splashing down into the recessed portion of the bottom of the AHU where the fastener ties the two pieces of the modular AHU together and leaking out through the bottom seam in the AHU. There is a particular spot on the plastic diverter several inches back as viewed through the door opening where the water is dripping from. A video showing where the water is dripping off the diverter is at . I am sorry about how shakey the video is. The unit is installed in a horizontal configuration and is level and the diverter appears to be properly installed. Fortunately the way the unit is installed the electronics are on top or else the board would have gotten soaked. The system is under full 10 year P&L warranty from Trane through my installing contractor and I have a preventive mantanence agreement with the installing contractor. Fortunately the AHU is installed in a crawlspace so the water is not going to dammage anything immediately though it is going to make my SantaFe Compact Dehu work overtime untill this issue is resolved. As we are in a record heat wave here in VA and the system is cooling well I have not yet contacted my contractor as I'm sure they're probably swamped with no cooling calls. I just figured check on here and see if anyone has seen this problem with the new Trane Hyperion AHU and what suggestions the experts here might have. I have been a longtime reader of this forum and appreciate your thoughts on this issue.