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Old 11/3/09, 8:17 AM
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Default AC condensate pipe into drain line

Ok or not o.k. with a y check valve?
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Old 11/3/09, 12:54 PM
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Default Re: AC condensate pipe into drain line

Definitely not. There must be an air gap--no direct connection. Or it can discharge outdoors, above grade. A common example is the drain going into the washing machine drain. Also, it appears as if the condensate drain is flowing uphill.



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