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    GENTILEMAN, I HAVE A S&V EQUIP. MFG. DELI CASE APPROX. 8FT.
    LONG 2 TIER THAT LEAKS WATER ONTO THE FLOOR. SOMEONE HOOKED UP A SUPCO 300S PAN FOR CONDENSATION REMOVAL,IT'S NOT BIG
    ENOUGH. PRBLEM IS I DON'T KNOW IF UNIT CAME WITH A COND. PAN WHEN NEW OR WAS SUPPOSED TO BE CONNECTED TO FLOOR DRAIN,OR MAYBE A COND. PUMP. I WOULD LIKE TO INSTALL COND. PUMP BECAUSE THERE IS NO ACCESS TO FLOOR DRAIN,NO ONE WANTS TO PAY FOR IT. SUGESTIONS,COMMENTS,SMART REMARKS ALL ACCEPTED.

    THERE'S NOT ENOUGH TIME TO DO IT RIGHT,BUT THERE'S TIME TO DO IT OVER.

    THANK'S

  2. #2
    Originally posted by mechanicyesmagicianno
    NO ONE WANTS TO PAY FOR IT.
    End of discussion then.

  3. #3
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    Is the unit self contained or remote?
    Usually if it is self contained there is enough heat and air movement to aid in the evaporation of condensate, if not self contained the addittion of a fan to blow across the surface of the drain pan and disrupt the surface of the water will speed up the evaporation . This may help if the pan is big enough in the first place, did'nt check your model # for size though. We have done this sucessfully with an a small axial fan, but someone had to pay!!!
    Watts New, Ohm My, I been Electrically Commutated. Are U2.

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    supco # 70

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    Your Name Is To Long...... Please Don't Shoot......Your New Name...... ED.....
    Refrigeration...Finding the Wright Wrench to pound in the correct..Screw

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    Mechanic,
    I believe that most of those type units do come with an electric condensate heater-pan. For the record....I think his name fits just fine and applies to all of us!

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