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    Just got them in today. The plugs appear to be rotary cut from a piece of poly foam pad. The cuts are not clean so there is potential to get particles of foam in the lineset.

    I guess if I had to give it my opinion it would be a thumbs down. Good idea, but poor design and manufacturing, don't waste your money.

    I'm only out about $36 for the plugs and catch nets I bought, but at least I didn't buy the whole $400 kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC_Marc View Post
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    If you need it a little bigger... soak it in Supco88
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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC_Marc View Post
    I'm not sure if I want to stock anything extra that is only really needed a certain time of the month

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgenius33 View Post
    Just got them in today. The plugs appear to be rotary cut from a piece of poly foam pad. The cuts are not clean so there is potential to get particles of foam in the lineset.

    I guess if I had to give it my opinion it would be a thumbs down. Good idea, but poor design and manufacturing, don't waste your money.

    I'm only out about $36 for the plugs and catch nets I bought, but at least I didn't buy the whole $400 kit.
    no surprise it looked hinky from the pics

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