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Hi, after 17 years my attic unit let water overflow down into my dining area killing the oak floors....the unit has the normal pan and usually catches the water from the cooling unit.....now I have a question.....I want to make sure this never happens again.........what type of system do you think I could install to prevent this ? We are on trips several times a month and our pet sitter would never think to check this.....in fact she wa the one that set the themo to 66 and it iced the condenser.......
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Hi, after 17 years my attic unit let water overflow down into my dining area killing the oak floors....the unit has the normal pan and usually catches the water from the cooling unit.....now I have a question.....I want to make sure this never happens again.........what type of system do you think I could install to prevent this ? We are on trips several times a month and our pet sitter would never think to check this.....in fact she wa the one that set the themo to 66 and it iced the condenser.......
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Disconnect all piping to the unit and power supply by a qualified electrician. Ok now that problems solved!!! It'll never happen again. And i'll give that to you in writing with a lifetime warranty against leaks. Oh and its transferable too.:thumbsup:
 

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Disconnect all piping to the unit and power supply by a qualified electrician. Ok now that problems solved!!! It'll never happen again. And i'll give that to you in writing with a lifetime warranty against leaks. Oh and its transferable too.:thumbsup:

what about sweating ? ...do you warrant that also....
 

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what about sweating ? ...do you warrant that also....
I guarantee that!!!!. Look all jokes aside. This is for professionals only but they have a DIY forum that you can go to and ask that question. Thanks for stoppin by!
 

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Let see I'm 60.....been contractor for 40 year....I'm not a DIY.....just thought I get an option for this problem....

I won't be backkk
 

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It's for plumbing professionals. You might be a contractor. Big whoop de do. We hired an IT contractor last week and the gov hired security contractors for Iraq.
 

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