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  1. #1
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    Sealed pack unit

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    50gal of water sucked out of return duct through floor return in mobile home. Popped the top on package unit and 7in of water inside w plugged up drain. Tightest unit I've ever seen to not leak around panels.

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    Ive been there before. I had to suck out prolly 30 gallons of water from the cross over supply duct. I got all of it out with my 2 and a half gallon shop vac. By far one of the worst calls ive been on.

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    I think you worked on the wrong thing. That's not their A/C that's a redneck water fountain. Mmmmmm fresh water. I have Hahaha

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    Swamp cooler.

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    Chiller.
    We're awl pawthetic and kweepy and can't get giwrls. That's why we fight wobots.

  6. #6
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    My rent trailer ducts would have probably not held water! Recently replaced the supply and return ducts on one of them. That is impressive the duct and the unit held water like a swimming pool.

    CT

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