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1240 Attic Evaporator Coil - Air Conditioning - Condensate System
1240 Attic Evaporator Coil - Air Conditioning - Condensate System -

Image Text: Ideally the condensate is discharged directly to the exterior > if discharging into a plumbing stack is permitted, a trap is required > primary condensate line (condensate tray is typically built into the unit) > plumbing stack > trap > the primary and auxiliary condensate lines should not "Y" together as BOTH could then be affected by a blockage > attic evaporator coil > return ductwork > airflow > supply ductwork > auxiliary condensate tray > auxiliary condensate line (should discharge where it can be noticed - e.g., over front door)

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