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    Drip Pan

    Should the drain pan on a new install be perfectly level of do you have it lower on one end where the over flow cut off switch would be located?

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    I prefer to slope it slightly towards the primary drain. The goal is to have the pan drain completely rather than retain water in a low spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomv47 View Post
    Should the drain pan on a new install be perfectly level of do you have it lower on one end where the over flow cut off switch would be located?
    Are we talking about the primary drain or the emergency overflow pan!

    If the overflow then yes ever so slight angle to the emergency switch.

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