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Why would one A/C vent have condensation dripping while the others don't?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 16, 2013 01:01 AM
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It's a 1959 block ranch 3/2, newish 4yr old air handler and outside unit. New insulation blown in this past spring. I have to change the air filter once a month due to pets. Here in Northern Florida with a couple dogs. Why would I have condensation dripping when it hasn't before. I keep the ac at 76degress F. Average humidity and outside temp for season.




 

 

It's a 1959 block ranch 3/2, newish 4yr old air handler and outside unit. New insulation blown in this past spring. I have to change the air filter once a month due to pets. Here in Northern Florida with a couple dogs. Why would I have condensation dripping when it hasn't before. I keep the ac at 76degress F. Average humidity and outside temp for season.

Ms. Willoughby,

Condensation occurs when the surface is colder than the dew point temperature of a room.

The dew point temperature of a room is dependent on the amount of moisture in...


 

 

 
 
 

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