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  1. #14
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    Clean up with shop vac.Turn a.c. off and manually pour water into drain pan and see if pan may have a leak in back of pan since pan looks dry

  2. #15
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    A cracked pan could be causing the issue ...

    Quote Originally Posted by hewitt View Post
    Clean up with shop vac.Turn a.c. off and manually pour water into drain pan and see if pan may have a leak in back of pan since pan looks dry
    You might be onto something. I never thought of a pan cracking over time but found another thread where others have had the exact same problem with a cracked pan in a WF unit.

    http://www.geoexchange.org/forum/geo...uestion-2.html

    I will try your suggestion and let you know. Thanks!

  3. #16
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    Confused A cracked basepan is the problem

    Quote Originally Posted by virtualfreak View Post
    You might be onto something. I never thought of a pan cracking over time but found another thread where others have had the exact same problem with a cracked pan in a WF unit.

    http://www.geoexchange.org/forum/geo...uestion-2.html

    I will try your suggestion and let you know. Thanks!
    That was it. The basepan has cracked completely in the back right corner. I called my HVAC company for a warranty repair. The problem now is starting tomorrow the rest of the week is suppose to be 95 degrees. My cooling system is held hostage to a cheap plastic part

  4. #17
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    Thanks for following up

  5. #18
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    well i got my * next to my name so i can post in here now. thanks for following up! did the company come out already?

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