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Old 07-02-2012, 04:00 PM   #1
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Condensation on Case of Evapoartive Coil


Under high humidity conditions, condensation forms on the case that enclose my "A" coil, I assume this is normal as it is similar to what I see aon a soda can taken from the refrigerator and opened.

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Condensation on Case of Evapoartive Coil


No, it is not normal. That A coil case (plenum) should be insulated from inside.

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