Yeah, so the inevitable happened.... I go and spend all our money on brewing stuff with the "Relax honey, we have the money" and now my AC is having problems... So I am trying to find a way to fix it without running to SWMBO with my tail between my legs.
Its not a big problem, just a large condensation leak, but its apparently been gong for awhile unnoticed and has gotten bigger, and the flooring is starting to soften up a bit. The drip pan is intact, I have cleaned all the gunk out of it and flushed the drain line, but that was all clear. After some exploration I found that when the fan kicks on, it is pulling the little bit of standing water out of the drain pan and onto the fan and heating box below, building up a large standing body of water. I have a temp fix on it now by extending the sides of the drain pan with duct tape, to try and keep it from pulling as much water out into the unit, but I know this won't last long.
Does anyone have ideas/sugestions/had this happen before? A good lasting fix would be appreciated so I dont have to spend $$ on repairs and can focus on beer instead