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  1. #1
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    NEW STYLE A/C DRAIN PAN SECONDARY OUTLET FLOAT SWITCH

    NEW MODEL AA2-FS CONDENSATE OVERFLOW SHUT-OFF SWITCH
    Installs On Primary & Auxiliary Drain Pans
    UL LISTED AND TESTED TO UL 508 (CODE APPROVED)

    LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS ON IT. I REDESIGNED MY ORIGINAL TO MAKE IT MORE RELIABLE.

    https://youtu.be/sdT-4DeR1Ok


    [VIDEO]https://youtu.be/sdT-4DeR1Ok[/VIDEO

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    There is a safety switch out there that you can unscrew from the AH. When changing a coil this is handy as the entire switch can be removed. I hyave them on the truck and do not remember the manufacturer or model number.
    Doug

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    This one has a switch that can easily be replaced if necessary without removing the device.

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    Could be Drain Alert

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    HERE IS MY LATEST REDESIGN MODEL OF MY OLD SS2.
    Model AA2-FS
    https://youtu.be/sdT-4DeR1Ok



    Quote Originally Posted by soaker View Post
    Could be Drain Alert

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    I have had requests for samples. Let me know you company name and address. Send it in a private message.
    Quote Originally Posted by soaker View Post
    HERE IS MY LATEST REDESIGN MODEL OF MY OLD SS2.
    Model AA2-FS
    https://youtu.be/sdT-4DeR1Ok

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