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Why is water coming out of my heat pump?

The dripping water comes from ice on the cooling coil, which indicates a loss of refrigerant. Depending on their models, heat pumps and air conditioners need different levels of refrigerant. As condensation forms in the unit, heat pumps feature a pan to catch it.

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