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What it Means When Your Air Conditioner Leaks

 

 

 

 

Like many machines, an error can cause from a variety of scenarios with your air conditioner. Whether you've got a window unit or central cooling, a leak is something that is certainly inconvenient and damaging to your walls and floors. If you've got a leaky air conditioner, you should call the professional team at Edd Helms today.

One huge problem for a window unit could be with the installation process. Often, people install them on their own and don't realize that the unit should be installed at an angle. The angle is what allows water to flee the unit without being overworked.

Another cause of leaks can be when the air conditioners dehumidification process ices over. If you've got a problem with your air cooling system, this is a likely side effect. If you see ice in the coil, you need to call a professional to help you get the a/c back on track immediately. Water leakage can also be caused by air leakage. Essentially, this is like condensation. Just as condensation forms bubbles of water on a table or in a refrigerator, it can also occur within your air unit.

Blockages are the other culprit for leaks. Whether it's the internal drain or the drain hole, the sludge that your filter blocks can fall into the drainage, where it can accumulate and cause a block. In this case, you'll need a professional to unclog the blockage and get the air running normal again.


 


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