3. Cooler leaking water continuously | High water usage | Water running down on the roof
For some older models or entry level evaporative air conditioners "bleed-off" a small measure of water while operating is normal. This is to prevent a build up of mineral deposits in the system. Also modern and high end model coolers are fitted with an automatic drain vale system which will discharge water at the end of cooling cycle. However, if water leak is significant or it's outside of operating cycle - might be there is a problem.
a. Water overflows. Check if water level setting is correct. Float valve, inlet solenoid, drain valve, water sensor or main control board can also be faulty.
b. Filter pads are damaged or misaligned. Re-align or replace pads.
c. Loose or worn out fittings and seals. Visually inspect for any damage to external or internal components. *** Subject to a licensed work only.
If you cannot find or seal the leak on your own, we are ready to help. Contact REPAIR Heating & Cooling and our Technicians will identify and solve the problem for you.