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  1. #1
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    Could this this horizontal drip be causing airflow issues

    Hello everyone, I have a upflow airhandler in my home and yesterday when I opened it I notice the drip pan designed for a horizontal application is still in there (obiously it's not used) should I be concerned and does it affect air flow? I am wondering if it is normal to see this. Will removing that pan improve air flow?, thanks for looking


  2. #2
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    Does Not effect airflow, why remove and chance making a leak on coil. leave it there; can't hurt anything.
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    Last edited by beenthere; 02-28-2013 at 04:21 PM. Reason: Non Pro * Member

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