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Old 09-14-2007, 08:17 AM   #1
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Greeting to All.. We are here in Colo Springs enjoying the alsmot fall weather. Last night we used our heat pumps. Early this AM we noticed a leak in the front unit. We need some insight as to course of action. We turned the pump off this morning, however, it still dripping as I post this. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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Greeting to All.. We are here in Colo Springs enjoying the alsmot fall weather. Last night we used our heat pumps. Early this AM we noticed a leak in the front unit. We need some insight as to course of action. We turned the pump off this morning, however, it still dripping as I post this. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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Are you saying you have a freon leak or a water-leak?

If it's a water-leak, the most common problem is loose hold-down bolts. Take off the AC grill and look up into that black void. You should find 4 bolt-heads looking back at you (they're sometimes sort of hidden behind wiring/duct/etc). Check to see that they're tight - I think they're 1/2" wrench-head. They sometimes loosen over time and allow a bit of water to get past the gaskets & seals.

Hope this helps.

We were in Colorado Springs last month, beautiful! Enjoy.
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