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    Getting water dripping through the air intake...

    I am new in N. Arizona and have zero experience with HVAC, and this one is a gas-pack, but I have discovered that my air intake is dripping water. The humidity level is higher than normal, but I have a feeling that this is super bad, is there a way to have it repaired, or is this a sign of a need for a new unit completely?

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    Most likely cause is a fairly simple repair.

    Have you done basic maintenance on the unit life filter changes? Do you have regular service done on it?

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    Iceman7997,

    Got your message.

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    Check air filter.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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