[DML] Re: AC Drain leak on passenger carpet!
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[DML] Re: AC Drain leak on passenger carpet!



The drain is stopped up. Not completely it seems, but virtually 
everyone who uses the D AC has had this problem. Put your shop vac to 
the drain hose. That will usually get whatever is clogging it.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@xxxx> wrote:
> I just had my AC charged last week and it seems to be nice and cold 
> now, but I have a leak.  Water is dribbling from the drain onto my 
> driveway OK, which makes me think that the drain is not clogged at 
> all, but it is also leaking onto my passenger side carpet, which is 
> now soaked!  Any suggestions for tracking down the leak, what to 
look 
> for, etc.?  I see the small section of drain pipe from the black 
> plastic box into the floor.  Are there fittings that can be 
tightened?
> 
> Thanks.  It's a hot week in New England and I need the AC!
> 
> Paul
> Vin 10944







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