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Two HVAC units on one condensate drain line

I am renting a house with two HVAC units - one upstairs and one downstairs. There were two condensate drain lines (one per unit). The units were older so when they quit working efficiently the ...
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Overflow line tied with Condensate Line

had a house inspection done and the inspector told that Irregular materials were used, I am attaching a pic. how much work is it to repair it? is it a easy fix? Thank you
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Why is there a drain trap high on a wall above an air gap?

I realize this question is not about "home" improvement but as I had to deal with drain and vent lines recently, I was curious to note this installation at the Costco. There is what it seems a ...
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Tankless water heater plumbing: neutralized condensate and pressure relief valve

Hello recently my old 50gal gas water heater developed a crack and started leaking. I replaced it with a tank-less gas heater. Everything is good, I installed the proper intake an exhaust with 3in ...
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Condensate drain line freezing. Need an internal solution

I have a residential 16-SEER four-ton air handler/heat pump unit with a built-in humidifier. Both summer AC condensate and winter humidifier over-run feed into a condensate pump which is on the ...
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How to get Condensate Pump to talk to Sonoff 4CH Pro R2

I currently have a WiFi water alarm triggering a Sonoff 4CH Pro R2 to kill my whole house humidifier. So I have some experience with triggering the relays and getting the two devices talking to each ...
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What kind of tubing should I use for draining condensate from a furnace / boiler?

"High efficiency" & condensing boilers or furnaces produce an acidic water byproduct called condensate that has to be drained away. My boiler has an outlet fitting for this condensate water but ...