Horiz. gas right hand air flow no problem. Horiz. left have had a problem. Horiz. left the aux. drain is upstream of the main or closest to furnace. If thats your problem I'll tell you what I did to fix it. Of course you did only knock out the small round center piece, right?
Cut the drain fitting tube provided with the coil about 1 1/2" out from the drain connection. Use a cupling and top most part of a bottle cap (water bottle will do). Cut 25% off part of the circle. Fit it into the cupling and glue that end onto the drain tube that was cut off. Window cut out goes up of course. Hope this helps
Originally posted by dexman My only problem is getting them in the darn ah without ripping all the insulation out.
The bottom of the pan is insulated, and there are perferations in the insulation (take out the insulation, thats why theperfs are there. I believe the instructions refer to this but call it "Florida Insualtion". I have seen guys take a piece of sheet metal and make a slip to cover the insulation but your just as well to take it out.
The secondary darin should also go out the side of the house and drain in a noticable place such as over the kitchen window. Inform the HO that if water drips from there they need to call you.
It might be that your lack of length of the secondary may be sucking air and gurgling at the secondary. I would consider the use of a trap there as well. once it fills, it should stop the gurgling and draining.
Nice fitting Selfemployed. I think you should bill Irascable for that.