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Old 05-02-2006, 06:16 PM   #1
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Drainage from air handler

Hey......I have a Trane unit.....the handler is in my laundry room.....there are three openings in the air handler.....one on the right is round and is plugged.....the middle opening is 3/4 and has pvc pipes for drainage from the handler.....the problem is the third opening on the left.....its a strange looking oblong fitting and I am getting drainage from it......I have owned the house for two years and had no problems before......can anyone tell me what my problem could be......thanks so much.......


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Old 05-07-2006, 08:35 AM   #2
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Some evaporater coils have up to three points to connect a drain to.for the purpose of flipping the coil around for a differant applications and useing the correct hole to drain. Not sure but is where it is leaking water another plugged area that simply needs to be tightened a LITTLE to stop this leak. keep in mind that a clogged pvc drain,dirty air filter or low on refrigerant would cause the evaporater to ice up and cause water to drip from around the drain pan.


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