I came out for a no cool and condensate leak. I checked the system over and found the system not running because the emergency pan was full, which tripped the float switch. There is a PVC tee on the drain line before the P-trap, which didnâ€™t have a cap on it. The P-trap was clogged and it overflowed out the top of the tee and onto the decking and down into the kitchen ceiling. With approval, I cut the clogged P-trap out, installed a new P-trap and shortened the drop on the drain so it has proper fall along the entire drain line. I also vacuumed out the emergency pan. I cycled the system and checked all operations. All working properly. The decking and some insulation is saturated, so there still may be some condensation dripping from the ceiling until it fully dries.