When your McKinney Home air conditioning system leaks, more often than not, it is caused by a clogged condensate line.When your condensate line is clogged, it means the air filter is clogged with dirt, which contains bacteria that can develop into slime. The quick fix: a larger drain hose and slime preventing tablets or pan tablets.
Here is what to do, first, remove and dispose of the fitting and the drain tube from your air conditioning condensate pan. Then insert the tablets into the drain pan opening and shove them in farther with a long screwdriver or dowel. Put more tablets regularly, as in once a month, during air conditioning season or occasionally if you do not use your McKinney home air conditioning that much.
Next, install larger tubing by making use of a small coil of 3/4″ I.D. vinyl tubing, a 3/4″ MIPT barb fitting, and some tubing straps.The larger diameter tubing will aid in faster condensate flow, and the pan tablets will help lessen the formation of slime.
This quick fix normally gets rid of clogging for good, but if the problem with your home air conditioning system persists, it is best to call the most trusted McKinney air conditioning repair experts at 972-625-1400 for all your air conditioning repair needs.