You should never ignore fluid dripping from your air conditioner; it’s never a good sign for the system. However, there are a couple of different things that a leak could mean. It’s possible that you have a leak in your refrigerant line, which will drain your air conditioner of the fluid it needs to operate. It’s also possible that your system is leaking condensate. Let’s take a look at why your system generates condensate, and what to do about condensate leaks.
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This is a question we often get from homeowners who are scheduling maintenance for their air conditioners. Refrigerant is the core of the air conditioning system, and the unit will not work without it. In order to understand the answer to this question, though, you must first understand how your air conditioner uses refrigerant. Let’s take a look at the role refrigerant plays in your air conditioning system, and when you need to refill it.