Re: [DML] AC Box Removal
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Re: [DML] AC Box Removal



 
Byron... I have the same problem and mine is not a blocked drain.  The  AC 
box on mine is badly cracked.  I'm hoping that I have sealed it  up.  I'd also 
like a tech info for mine as I am going take out the box and  install a new one.
 
Roy
0893
 
 
In a message dated 7/1/2006 9:14:15 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
celiambyron@xxxxxxx writes:

 
 
I have been troubled with a blocked drain for my AC. I blew air in the  
hose, I have stuck a rod up the hose and feel no debris. I think there  
is something inside the box that is blocking the outflow of water. I  
guess by removing the AC box and taking it apart I will find the  
solution. Some water will come out of the pipe when I back my rear  
wheels onto ramps. 
I would like to have tech info on the proper  approach to sniffing out 
the issue.Can mice get ion  there?

Byron








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