thought this was funny. Float switch with an open drain line.
LOL dont want to over work that switch.
Can't see, unclear pix.
What are we looking at/for?
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There is a float switch in the overflow pan, and an open drain connection in front!
sell parts & pieces, don't worry about fixing any issues
It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.
Code with equitment above a finished space:
Must have drain pan with drain ran to a clearly visable space.
Or, must have a float switch.
It's got the float. Nothing in the code about it having an open drain. hah. JK
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"Dude, you need more than 2 wires to a condenser to run a 2 stage heatpump."
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The switch is to turn the system off when the water level in the basement gets too high.
One possibility if it's in an unfinished basement...If the safety switch is set low enough to kill the unit before it reaches the drain outlet 1/4"-1/2",it might alert an otherwise oblivious owner that something is wrong.
Drain tap isnt at bottom of pan and switch could alert before water gets to that level to shut down system, as previously stated.
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