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it ended up being a faulty circuit board. There was insulation that was making contact with the board and when the insulation got wet, it shorted out the board. I cut some insulation away and waterproofed around the circuit board and haven't had an issue since


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It might be safe today, specifically; it is just condensation after all. However, I am 99% certain that drain pan material inside A/C coils is not approved for potable water, nor is the PVC drain pipe. Regardless, I think a quick image search for "clogged condensate line" would tell you that condensate water is reserved for your enemies.


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It's probably not potable in any sense. I mean, I've drunk out of a garden hose a few times as a kid, but there's a reason they don't let you use those things for your RV potable water. The same would apply to A/C coils (anything on the coils could be in the water). The larger issue will be that the line might start to fill with things like algae or mold. ...


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This is merely a way for them to jack up prices and force you into paying $400 for a job you can do yourself for $20 I have charged my system many times and it's fast and easy using only a $49 set of guages.


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