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  1. #14
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    Yeah. That installation manual that disintegrated in the compressor compartment 10 years ago (if left in unit to begin with). If I'm gonna research online I might as well ask here where I can get a little bonus commentary.

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    Who leaves manuals behind? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by roofdude View Post
    Thanks to all for the reply. Yes these were the green weather makers. Year 1990, don't remember model #. Sounds right, new customer location complaining of recurring water leaks. The units had traps on them.

    Once you confirm that no idiot has put a hole in the trap wall, remove the traps permanently and flush out the pans. When you think you have flushed too much, it's probably just right.
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