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    Next level mama




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    The problem is the bucket is upside down.
    Use the biggest hammer you like, pounding a square peg into a round hole does not equal a proper fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firecontrol View Post
    The problem is the bucket is upside down.
    Yeah but the union to disconnect the drain to get the container out is mint


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    The condensate pump being put into a larger container I've done before. We have a lot of vacation homes here with septic systems that have shallow buried sewer lines leading from the home to the tank. When there is no discharge going down that line all winter long except for the tiny amount of condensate from a furnace the pipe will freeze solid. We sit the condensate pump in a large tote and drill holes in the condensate pump's tank (and sit a brick on top of the housing) to greatly increase the amount of discharge to the sewer. Instead of a quart being pumped, when the float activates it will discharge a few gallons per run making it a lot less likely to freeze the sewer line. We even do this in homes where there is a gravity drain the furnace "could" go into without the need for a pump.

    I don't ever remember adding a six pack plastic and .......... what looks to be a pair of tighty-whities in the tub.
    Use the biggest hammer you like, pounding a square peg into a round hole does not equal a proper fit.

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    This was my fix


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    Same pump by the way


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    Did I miss is...

    Looked like the flue pipe on the old 80%-er... was open in the room???

    Good looking install!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Did I miss is...

    Looked like the flue pipe on the old 80%-er... was open in the room???

    Good looking install!
    The metal is just dark


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    Damn carrier/bryant doors always misaligned, flimsy cabinets and latches that "sorta kinda" hold the door on. Couldn't they just stamp a few patterns into the sheet metal to make it a little stiffer?

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    There was a water heater next to the RA drop before the fix, did you move the WH?
    Those who dance, appear insane to those who do not hear the music.
    Those who believe, appear ignorant to those who do not know God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cehs View Post
    There was a water heater next to the RA drop before the fix, did you move the WH?
    Yes. They went outdoor tankless


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    Shes a Leaker MOMMA shes a LEAKER MOMMA he is a good guy for the most part steve lav that is

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    why no intake air from out side like we have to do in my area?

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