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    water licking from SEER Variable Speed Air Handler System

    Hi guys,

    For the last few days, I find water in my basement where the Speed Air Handler System stays. (I have no idea what does this mean with this phrase )
    It's pretty bad and I try to figure out where it comes from.
    Finally, I believe that it is from this Handler.
    Mine Air Handler s the one on this site below.
    http://www.cwaohio.com/sigseries_14_airhandler.htm

    Since it is July 4th, I cannot do anything now.

    My question is that: Is this issue really serious and what type of technicians should I call.
    Also if you could tell me how much it might cost to fix, it would be nice.

    Thanks a lot and have a nice holiday.

    RB

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbalt2000 View Post
    Hi guys,

    For the last few days, I find water in my basement where the Speed Air Handler System stays. (I have no idea what does this mean with this phrase )
    It's pretty bad and I try to figure out where it comes from.
    Finally, I believe that it is from this Handler.
    Mine Air Handler s the one on this site below.
    http://www.cwaohio.com/sigseries_14_airhandler.htm

    Since it is July 4th, I cannot do anything now.

    My question is that: Is this issue really serious and what type of technicians should I call.
    Also if you could tell me how much it might cost to fix, it would be nice.

    Thanks a lot and have a nice holiday.

    RB
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