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The trap in the condensate drain, prevents the unit from sucking air from; or blowing air into, the drain line. Without the trap, the condensate may not drain until the blower turns off. This could lead to the pan overflowing. So you can't remove that. The secondary drain is typically for situations when the main drain is blocked, or otherwise insufficient. ...


Condensate drip and accumulation are normal, especially during the summer months. It is also very normal to find the drain lines terminated close to the house as you have described. Whether it is acceptable I guess could be argued based on the volume of water in question and where it is collecting. If the accumulation of water is getting worrisome, you ...

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