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Ok, that is not an uncommon issue. There are several things or a combination of them that you can try to stop this.
First, it's important that you ensure the coil is clean. A dirty coil on the blower side of the coil can cause the condensate not to follow the aluminum fins down into the pan.
If the coil is clean, sometimes it's as easy as the coil just having to little surface tension to flow the water down the aluminum fins. In that case, if you mix a mixture of Dawn dishwashing soap and water in a spray bottle in a 10/1 ratio (10 parts water), then spray it on the coil on the side closes to the blower, that will help the water flow down into the pan.
It can also help to lower the blower speed one or two speeds if you have a multi-speed motor.
In rare circumstances I've had to add sheet metal vanes into the entering air side of the coil to help diffuse the airflow better through the coil to prevent this issue.
I would think one or more (or maybe even all) of these solutions should solve your problem.
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