condensate dripping from "A" coil fins and not going into drip pans

eleven year old residential split system, inside "A" coil fins are dripping condensate from the angled surfaces onto the concrete floor (vertical air handler) and not into the drip pans. have tried several different cleaners (including the foamy coil cleaner from lowes)on both top and bottom of both sides of "A" coil. have added 13 oz. of F22, hi press 150 psig, OAT 86 degrees.
suggestions appreciated.
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I'd suggest some more information to the list. . Christopher A. Young Learn more about Jesus www.lds.org . .
eleven year old residential split system, inside "A" coil fins are dripping condensate from the angled surfaces onto the concrete floor (vertical air handler) and not into the drip pans. have tried several different cleaners (including the foamy coil cleaner from lowes)on both top and bottom of both sides of "A" coil. have added 13 oz. of F22, hi press 150 psig, OAT 86 degrees.
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As Stormin said more info. is needed low side and head pressures to start with. Your Low side between 75-95 and high side 200-250 it depend on manufacture and inside and outside ambient conditions.It would be wrong to say this is it.

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