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Last year it was find the leak which was I did everything half ass when the place was built so no one secured the drip line into the line running outside so it popped out and was leaking in the basement ceiling. After cutting half the insulation out.. I secured it. This year I have another leak. Water is under the furnace. It's still coming out of the drip tube, and I looked at the coil it's not frozen. That was another half ass job, they made it so you can't pull the cover off to the coil to get a better look. Where it goes down the drip tube is all wet around that too. Anyone run into this?