I have been battling with a situation where I have a Rheem Split unit in the crawl space. The drain lines are dumped into a condensate removal pump. I noticed a week or so ago that there was significant amounts of water under and around the condensate pump. I put a new pump in as the old was filled with slime. The next morning, the same thing. I had the HVAC guys run a new drain line from the unit to the condensation pump. We checked the trap and cleaned aout any debris we could find. The next morning, the same thing. It is around 5 Gallons that are being dumped a day and is all around the condensat pump. I have it sitting in tub now with a sump pump in case it happens again that will dump the overflow into a 5 gallon buckett. The condensate pump has about a 10 foot run, 4 foot vertically, to the main drain line on the house which is above level of the pump due to it being in a crawl space. My only conclusion so far is that I am getting a surge of Condensation drainage for some reason that is so much that the condensate pump can not handle it. We have tried three pumps to ensure it wasn't the pump and I have sat down there for hours without being able to see anything other than the pump operating normally. Help! Any suggestions?