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  1. #1
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    NEW PUMP TO CLEAR CLOGGED A/C DRAIN LINES

    SIMPLE FOOT PUMP CLEARS CLOGGED DRAIN LINES IN SECONDS.
    NO ELECTRIC NEEDED
    NO CO2 OR NITROGEN NEEDED.
    SAVES TIME ON SERVICE CALLS AND IS SAFE FOR THE DRAIN LINE.
    WWW.AC-DRAIN-PUMP.COM

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    Ummm...that's an air mattress inflator.

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    "Roughly 90% of central-air service calls are related to water leaks."

    Although I applaud Soaker's creativity, I would have to say that less than 1% of my central air service calls are related to water leaks.
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    It's also not an invention. It's a reapplication of an existing product.

    I did a water leak yesterday in a scorching attic buried in insulation. This product would have only made more of the ceiling fall in because the pipe was broken. But, I guess you could say 100% of that specific call was water leak related.

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    Shop vac is safer if you are unsure of where the lines go and if the drain is still intact or leaking.

    Sent from my SM-N910W8 using Tapatalk

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    That looks nice, does it suck or blow or both?

    Here is what i use.

    It will suck and blow and has check valves both ways.


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    What did you name her?
    Quote Originally Posted by Core_d View Post
    That looks nice, does it suck or blow or both?

    Here is what i use.

    It will suck and blow and has check valves both ways.


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    Hi,
    I apologize fror the 90% water leaks.

    I am in and have been doing A/C work in South Florida.
    I forget it’s not super hot and humid everywhere.

    Yes the idea came from a bellows inflator and it is a beefed up version made tough enough for A/C service calls with much more available pressure.

    It only blows out the line. I originally introduced the Mighty Pump years ago which is a good product but found the need to have something that doesn’t require going outside usually in a muddy area behind bushes especially if its raining.

    It doesn’t work in every situation like some attics and ceiling mounted fan coil units but works great where applicable especially with the new drain line maintenance code being enforced in many states that provide an access device in the drain line.
    I have blown apart loose drain line fittings in walls using nitro or co2 and hate using a wet/vac because it is too time consuming.
    This literally takes a few seconds,
    Does a great job and never needs to be refilled or plugged in.

    Anything to make it easier and save time to do a good job.

    Hope it makes sense.
    Thanks for all feedback.
    Good or bad is ok.
    It’s always good to hear all sides.
    Last edited by soaker; 06-03-2018 at 04:57 PM. Reason: Spelling

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    Thread Starter
    The name is simply A/C DRAIN PUMP
    Nothing fancy
    Check the website and video on it.
    www.acdrainpump.com

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