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Old 07-06-2016, 08:41 PM   #15
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I discovered today that it also drains on reg Ac. Put it on max an it stops. It's like the little door that stops the air from recirculating stops up the drain.
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I discovered today that it also drains on reg Ac. Put it on max an it stops. It's like the little door that stops the air from recirculating stops up the drain.
is the water coming from the floor vents, drivers side, maybe some kind of vacuum is being formed when you have the A/C on max
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Sounds like a blockage in the air intake, or intake plenum not letting the air to come in freely. With the fan on high, the suction placed on the incoming air is so high that it is pulling air up through the drain tube, not letting it drain properly. Then when you shut the fan down, or off, the water floods out. Have seen this in building air conditioners too.
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Old 07-07-2016, 12:37 AM   #18
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Where would air intake be located ? I think the plentum is in my pic.
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