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Old 06-26-2016, 08:26 AM   #1
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A/C condensation question.

Being from the desert where humidity is generally low to none existent I am not sure if I have an issue or not.

Currently in southern Texas, I noticed this AM that water running off the roof is a very steady drip and the cement slab is quite wet.

Is this normal for the area or do I have an issue?
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Old 06-26-2016, 08:33 AM   #2
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If you have any humidity your AC will be taking it out. May not be much and that is probably why yours is dripping. I'd say normal. Where I live you can either have high or low humidity and I may not see any water coming from air on low days. Later RJD
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Very normal for any areas with humidity. The humidity does not have to be in the oppressive range either.
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If you have any humidity your AC will be taking it out. May not be much and that is probably why yours is dripping. I'd say normal. Where I live you can either have high or low humidity and I may not see any water coming from air on low days. Later RJD





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Very normal for any areas with humidity. The humidity does not have to be in the oppressive range either.

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