Condensing unit dripping water is a condition that is caused by the condensing unit leaking a certain amount of water. As the condensing unit drains itself, it might become blocked, and eventually the pipes holding the water in the unit itself may also become blocked. This will cause a leak in the pipe that usually runs near the condensing unit. This type of leak can be very dangerous as the water that has already been filtered and contains bacteria and dirt is very dangerous.
The best way to get rid of this leak is to remove the condensing unit from the heat exchange point. Since the blockage is already in the system, removing the unit will allow the water to drain and prevent the leaks from happening. You can do this by unscrewing the condensing unit. If it is still attached to the heat exchanger pipes, then the condensing unit might need to be disconnected. With the unit disconnected, the entire system should be cleaned and the area where the unit sits cleaned as well. When you are done cleaning the unit, there will be no more reason for the condensing unit to drip water.
By removing the condensing unit from the heat exchange point, the pipes will again be able to flow freely and the unit will be no longer dripping water. You will also be helping to keep the pipes free of dust and grime that might have been trapped inside of the pipes. Removing the unit will also keep the system from having other problems, since the unit was removed. Although this system is very expensive, many people are not aware of the fact that they are actually allowing the unit to slowly leak. Since this is so very common, it is important to understand what the problems are, and therefore know what to do to prevent them.