I have read that in humid climate it is best not to run ac on low. Last night I noticed a drip from front ac vent. Since it was raining I was very concerned, but noticed I had set fan on low to cut down on noise and high was not needed. I set fan to high and it was not long until drip stopped yet rain continued during night. This afternoon it is very humid, fan is on high, but I am getting some drip again. Is there a fix? Is this a possible sign of low feon or possibly a clogged drain? Or both?
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