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    good reason why.. drains need air break to sewer

    oh yes, that's sewage in that evaporator coil pan....and in the furnace, too. Drain line was stubbed into 1 1/2" male adapter off standpipe, so close enough fit that the backwash blew back into condensate line. Even though kitchen line, told them to get qualified clean up company to clean up the mess.
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    Col 3:23


    questions asked, answers received, ignorance abated

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    good thing it's sitt'n on a thermopride. most others would have rotted the hx fast.

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    I'm curious - what was the call for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    I'm curious - what was the call for?
    Hi my a/c smells like A$$.

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    water must have damaged the fan/limit- blower did not shut off after heat ran. tapped dial and blower cut off. when I pulled the limiot, saw gunk on it.
    Col 3:23


    questions asked, answers received, ignorance abated

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