Common problems associated with geothermal heat pump leaks can lead to various issues such as reduced system efficiency, potential water contamination, and environmental hazards. Leaks in geothermal HVAC units can result in refrigerant or water escaping from underground or underwater pipes, similar to conventional heat pump systems. These leaks can manifest through visible signs like ice or frost on the unit, wet spots in the yard, or even water contamination if the system has an open loop connected to a water source. Addressing geothermal heat pump leaks promptly is crucial to prevent further damage to the system and ensure the efficient operation of geothermal HVAC units. Regular maintenance and timely repairs by qualified professionals can help mitigate the impact of leaks and maintain the performance of geothermal heat pump systems.

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