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Re: A/C Condensation

Posted By: Phil
Friday, 6 July 2001, at 11:29 a.m.

In Response To: A/C Condensation (Glenn)

Excessive condensation is a sign that your A/C unit is working extra hard to keep your house cool. Low freon level or improperly insulated doors and windows may be the cause. Other reasons may be the thermostat may have inadvertently been knocked to the 'manual' position, the sensor in the thermostat may be inoperative, or the blower is not shutting off properly. When was the last time your unit was serviced? Regular servicing of the unit will detect these kinds of malfunctioning. Condensation, especially in the attic, should not be allowed to stand. You can purchase flexible clear tube of various lengths to pipe the water away from your house. The condensation in the attic should also be piped out using a combination of flexible tubes and copper lines.

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