Originally Posted by Tomngayle
We also had problems with our rear air not cooling properly and also in 80 degree humid days this winter the rear air would drip water on the carpet. I had it two different dealers work on the problem.
One of the dealers changed the thermostat and the Air Conditioner seal.. Neither worked. it got to a point that we had to put a bowel on the floor to catch the water. I read some posts on other forums that too much air transfer will cause the air conditioner to freeze up, quit cooling and drip water. So I also blocked about 3/4 of the vent off under the stairs. Success!!! No more drip. And the the air temp at 88degrees went down to 73.. I know that is the return air for the heat and I Will probably have to un block in in heating season. But it is to much return air transfer for the AC,s