I've got an old AC unit (probably 13+ years old) that came with the house that I bought. This summer I noticed some water damage on the drywall in the basement, so I cut the damaged drywall away, and found that the pipe coming from my AC unit to my furnace had a bunch of condensation on it that would collect and leak out onto the drywall.
It seems like the spot it's dripping from is the lowest point in the pipe (left and right of this point both bend up)
How safe is it to try and bend this pipe (which I'm assuming has freon in it?) so that it's more level?
Is there some other kind of insulation I can put on this to prevent the condensation. Right now its the standard foam tube that you wrap around.