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    Shellkamp, If inspectors require an access as...

    Shellkamp,
    If inspectors require an access as part of code is this product something you would consider using?
    Also what area are you located in and which inline float switch do you use if any?...
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    Thank you for your comments on the product and I...

    Thank you for your comments on the product and I appreciate your opinion on it.
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    yes you are correct that the link is posted...

    yes you are correct that the link is posted elsewhere in this thread but my reply was to itsiceman and was pertaining to a specific page on the site. As far as the device causing the drain line to...
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    I forgot to give the link to the website which...

    I forgot to give the link to the website which has the instruction page on it. http://allaccessdevice.com/
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    Not sure what you mean locked in either direction...

    Not sure what you mean locked in either direction but yes if it is installed vertically and it is full of water due to a clog and you open the latch before clearing the line using the shrader valve...
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    That is correct. Although I doubt that the line...

    That is correct. Although I doubt that the line would be clogged in both directions but no, even if it were totally clogged on eith side the air would come out betwen the top cover and the device...
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    Good morning. Great question on the pressure....

    Good morning. Great question on the pressure. Since I know first hand about blowing apart loose fittings using nitrogen I designed the device so that if the line is clogged solid the flapper inside...
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    I have very thick skin as I have been through...

    I have very thick skin as I have been through this before. I was the original inventor of other successful products and when I first introduced them to the trade I was told by many contractors that...
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    Thanks for being honest. Sorry to hear you see my...

    Thanks for being honest. Sorry to hear you see my product as a gimmick and worthless. Have a great holiday.
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    Thank you Shavedneon!

    Thank you Shavedneon!
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    I totally understand your position on this an I...

    I totally understand your position on this an I hope you can understand that I am just trying to get honest opinions and feedback on the products that I have developed for the trade. When I mention...
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    Good morning. I never had any intention of trying...

    Good morning. I never had any intention of trying to dupe anyone here. I have always mentioned the products that I invented only in related posts and tried to do it without breaking any rules here....
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    I agree! The primary is the way to go. They even...

    I agree! The primary is the way to go.
    They even changed the code back this year which allows it in either the secondary of the pan or in the primary.
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    Right now when you come across the device...

    Right now when you come across the device installed you know which way its going to clear. There is no room for any error. I thought about this for a long time before mkng this final decision. I hope...
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    Me too but I thought it not necessary to have a...

    Me too but I thought it not necessary to have a tech blow back into the unit. Its better to use the adator to do what you need to do. Just a precaution.
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    Please take a minute to look at the ALL-ACCESS...

    Please take a minute to look at the ALL-ACCESS Condensate Cleanout Device
    Model AA1.
    The website is at http://allaccessdevice.com/
    It shows how it will save HVAC Service Technicians time and also...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    I am hoping that companies will see the benefit...

    I am hoping that companies will see the benefit of this device. The cost will surprise them in a good way.
    I have to hope that most guys in the field would be able to install it correctly, hard to...
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    Here is the website that shows all the...

    Here is the website that shows all the information on it: http://allaccessdevice.com/
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    I know that Heating & Cooling Supply has it in...

    I know that Heating & Cooling Supply has it in their system if that is a supplier you use.
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    The device is PVC and has 3/4" female slip ends...

    The device is PVC and has 3/4" female slip ends to glue 3/4" pipe into. To use on 1" you need (2) 1" couplings to fit over the ends. The inside diameter of the device is 1".
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    Thanks! Let me know if you have any problem...

    Thanks! Let me know if you have any problem finding them.
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    Connor Co. and Goodman in Peoria, IL. both have...

    Connor Co. and Goodman in Peoria, IL. both have them.
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    The device fits on 3/4 and 1 inch PVC drains. I...

    The device fits on 3/4 and 1 inch PVC drains. I AM SURE IT CAN BE ADPATED TO COPPER DRAINS OF THAT SIZE IF YOUR LOCAL CODES WILL PERMIT PVC IN THE COPPER LINE.
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    JOHNSTONE in Illinois DOES NOT HAVE IT IN STOCK...

    JOHNSTONE in Illinois DOES NOT HAVE IT IN STOCK AS OF YET. If YOU GIVE ME THE SUPPLIER INFO I CAN HAVE OUR REP CALL ON THEM.

    THANKS
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    They are available at most distributors. Here is...

    They are available at most distributors. Here is a link to the website Where to Buy page. http://allaccessdevice.com/wheretobuy.html
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    I am also in florida and 30 psi is a good shot...

    I am also in florida and 30 psi is a good shot for loose buildups but that is why the adaptor is included so you can apply as much pressure as you are comfotable with in either direction.
    It gives...
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    Thanks for the reply. I have blown apart joints...

    Thanks for the reply. I have blown apart joints in the wall before and it is a nightmare. I designed this device so that anything over 30 psi will actually cause the flapper to open and not allow...
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    Sorry for the shaky video! I am an old a/c tech...

    Sorry for the shaky video! I am an old a/c tech with very little on camera and behind the camera (cell phone video) skills and working on a budget. It was the best I could do. lol You can try this...
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    It really is a simple design but since its new...

    It really is a simple design but since its new its hard to see what it does at first. Thats why its important for me to get the video out there.
    Thanks for taking the time to check it out.
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    My apologies on that. I didn't realize it was...

    My apologies on that. I didn't realize it was against rules. Won't happen again!! Thanks.
    I forgot to ask if this video is ok. http://youtu.be/dbYScpYD5R8
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    Please watch the video. The flapper is always out...

    Please watch the video. The flapper is always out of the flow until you blow out the line. The flapper can be removed and you have the adaptor to clear the line in either direction using any method...
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    Thank you very much. It took quite some time...

    Thank you very much. It took quite some time before it was ready to release. Being in the business for 30 years i would not allow my friends in the trade to buy something I wouldnt use or depend on...
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    It is in the 2015 ICC books. These are the codes...

    It is in the 2015 ICC books. These are the codes states use when they update their codes. When a state updates to the 2015 edition you will see it.
    I know it is not in place now but i am just...
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    New ICC IMC 307.2.5 & IRC M1411.3.3 Drain Line...

    New ICC IMC 307.2.5 & IRC M1411.3.3 Drain Line Maintenance
    code for 2015
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    Yes it would and I have used that for 30 years....

    Yes it would and I have used that for 30 years. The problem is there is a new code that passed that requires an access installed to not have to pull the line apart each time for service. I think it...
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    Yes I am the inventor and how do I move it to the...

    Yes I am the inventor and how do I move it to the Tools section
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    Opinions Needed On New Product

    Looking for feedback on this new product for drain line access. Thanks.
    ALL-ACCESS condensate cleanout device model AA1.
    Video: http://youtu.be/dbYScpYD5R8
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    The code in the past has required a cutoff switch...

    The code in the past has required a cutoff switch in the secondary outlet of the units drain pan and additionally an auxiliary pan under the unit. It did not allow a cutoff in the primary line only...
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    Condensate overflow switches

    I know the 2015 icc IMC code is now allowing the use of a cutoff switch on either the secondary outlet of the pan or in the primary line. It used to not allow it in the primary line.
    Which is used...
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    I know i spent a lot of money paying deductables...

    I know i spent a lot of money paying deductables for water damage most of the time not due to our work. If i have to pay a few dollars more i am covering my ass. It is well worth it and makes for a...
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    Really inexpensive and built well. Makes it easy...

    Really inexpensive and built well. Makes it easy to get into the line.
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    Have you seen or used this on installs for...

    Have you seen or used this on installs for clearing and maintaining the drain line http://allaccessdevice.com/ ?
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    The main thing is to protect yourself from being...

    The main thing is to protect yourself from being sued so if you have to go above what the code is it is worth the extra dollars. Certainly cheaper then the insurance deductable.
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    I guess the best bet to protect everyone is a...

    I guess the best bet to protect everyone is a switch in primary, secondary and pan underneath if available. It isnt that costly considering it could save a lot of headaches.
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    I have been told that you can put it inline in...

    I have been told that you can put it inline in the primary as long as you have something on the secondary. They say it just means you went above the code which they like. This is in some parts of...
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    Float Switch Location to Meet Code

    Are inspectors allowing Float Switches In The Primary Line Instead of The Secondary now?
  49. Check out this new Cleanout. Better for a...

    Check out this new Cleanout. Better for a contractor to check his system.
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    Check this out, you can use any method you want...

    Check this out, you can use any method you want to clear and maintain the line. http://youtu.be/dbYScpYD5R8
    http://allaccessdevice.com/
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