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  1. #1
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    Looking for a little information, does anyone know of a product I could use to make an exit through the side of a house with line sets to Condenser to look neater than hole saw and silicone caulking?
    THANK YOU

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    3lb sledge and concrete chisel.
    2" pvc sleeve.
    mortar around sleeve.
    silicone inside sleeve.
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    That's the way we do it here. Just silicone the lineset to the pvc sleeve. If you take your time with it, it will look like a neat job.

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    And thats the way its done and you heard it here.

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    We use a product from a company that is a pvc sleeve inside another sleeve with a foam gasket. I will find the link to them on the internet and post it here.

    This the product link : http://www.thermopan.com/products_thermothimble.htm

    [Edited by Black Adder on 07-01-2005 at 10:11 PM]
    "Go big or Go Home"

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    use a 3" vent hood like the ones on your dryer termination this looks good if you can go down with the line set befor going to the a/c. if your coming down the side of the house from the attic try geting rain guter down spout that matches whats existing to cover. this looks good and protecs the line set from the elements.

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    Thumbs up Black Adder

    Black Adder thanks for the link, that is what i was looking for.
    Wallynut

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