We have installed a few ductless units, running the lines directly through an exterior wall. Now looking at installing some indoor wall units on interior walls, so it brings up a few concerns. Hopefully someone can give me some guidance. In order to leave the flare connections accessable, I would run the lines to the opposite end of the unit to enter the wall. Right?
Then either go up into the attic, or down inside the wall to a nearby drain? To go up into the attic, I would install a condensate pump inside the unit? and run to a septic vent line? Do the condensate pumps fit inside the wall unit?
We all know how common it is for the drain lines to get stopped up...Do I do any special clean out connection? Or would you just lean the bottom of the unit out, and blow out the line?
To prevent alge from building up in the line, couple times a year, drop a "pan pill" in the pan?
Do I have all this right? Or have you got a suggestion?