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Thread: Drip from ThermaFlo Heat Pump

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    Drip from ThermaFlo Heat Pump

    I ran my heat pump over the weekend substantially for the very first time. It was in the mid-70's with low humidity. I noticed a pretty constant drip for most of the day all around the edges of the heat pump. Is this a leak or the normal condensation you get during the heat exhange? I tried to look inside and see if anything inside was leaking but was quite breezy looking into the blowing fan!!
    24,000 gal free form with slide feature
    3.5ft to 5.5ft Sport Pool
    Midnight Blue Diamond Brite
    Intellichlor IC-40
    Intelliflow VS-3050
    Easy Touch 4
    Clean and Clear Cartridge

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    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Central Massachusetts

    Re: Drip from ThermaFlo Heat Pump

    It's most likely condensation. As long as it's wet around the edges that most likely what it is. If you see a lot of moisture when its' not running, then you may think leak. But 99% sure its condensate.
    14,000 gallon IG, Vinyl. Hayward 3/4 hp superpump, Penatair IC40 SWCG, Pentair automation, Hayward sand filter, Aqua Comfort heat pump, Hayward 400k Lo-Nox LP heater.

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Ft Lauderdale, Florida

    Re: Drip from ThermaFlo Heat Pump

    First make sure you have chlorine in your pool. Then, test the water by the heat pump for chlorine. If there is no chlorine, it's normal condensation. If there is chlorine, you have a leak!
    Sean Assam -
    National Accounts and Commercial Products Manager
    AquaCal Heat Pumps
    AutoPilot Salt Chlorine Generators

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