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    Water leakage from AC

    Water leakage from AC


    ACs remove moisture from the room and supply cold air to give us a feeling of comfort. And the way they do it is by compressing the coolant gas into liquid and back again in a continuous cycle.

    Duration 15 mins - 30 mins
    Turnaround Time 2 hours
    Pricing Fixed pricing
    • Checking for improper installation
    • Checking for proper insulation
    • Checking drainage pipe for blockages

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    Water leakage from AC FAQs

    How many Pros are required for the job?
    Only 2
    What precautionary measures should customers take before and after availing AC water leakage problem service?
    No precautions required.
    Is any service warranty provided?
    A 3-month service warranty is provided for the repair part.

    More about Water leakage from AC

    What causes the problem of “water leakage from AC”?

    Water leakage from AC is an annoying but a very common problem. You need to take care of it. But it is also important to understand why is water leaking from your AC unit?

    Possible reasons behind water leakage from AC are:

    • Incorrect AC Installation: Improper AC installation is a very common reason for water leakage from air conditioner. In a window AC, the unit should be installed in such a way that the rear end is slightly lower than the front end. A difference of 1 inch is fine. If the unit is too low at front than the condensed water leaks from the front rather than dripping from the rear end. In a split AC, indoor unit should be fitted at a slight angle to enable unrestricted flow of the condensed water from the drain pipe.
    • Air leakage: If the AC unit is not properly sealed then warm air from outside gushes inside the air conditioner unit. The moisture present in warm air get condensed by the cold air inside the unit. This excess moisture buildup inside air conditioner leaks from the unit.
    • Lower outside temperature: A lower outside temperature is a very common reason of water leakage from AC unit. During rainy season or just before the onset of winters when the outside temperature drops, less water evaporates than it usually does. This results in excess water buildup inside the unit which leaks from your air conditioner.
    • Blocked drainage: Sometimes the drain holes at the rear end of air conditioner get blocked due to dirt and dust. This blockage obstruct the moisture to come out from the rear end resulting in the leakage from the front or sides. AC service prevents water leakage from AC. Regular AC service cleans up the filters and drain hole and prevent water pooling.
    • AC Condenser pump broken: When the condenser pump inside your air conditioner is broken, it causes water to leak from the unit. An AC repair professionals can repair the condenser or pump and stop this water pooling.

    These are some common reasons behind water leakage from AC but there can be other reasons as well.

    What is included in the service?

    The PRO visits clients site and troubleshoots the problem of water leakage from AC. The PRO first looks for basic reasons like clogged air filter and clogged drains. If there is no blockage in drain holes and hose then PRO checks the installation style and other key components of the AC like condenser, pump, coolant etc. After the actual problem is identified, PRO describes the problem to the customer and suggests a possible repair or replacement. On customer consent, the PRO repairs the AC.