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bleger1 Posted - Jul 08 2013 : 10:49:08
Aft unit fills up the tray and spills over, out of the cabinet and onto the carpet. If I open the sump area, attach a wet vac to the drain hose, it all comes out and drains the tray. Anyone have any ideas why it doesn't just simply drain through the hose. It's a good flow of water coming out after I attach the wet vac. Bill
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bleger1 Posted - Jul 12 2013 : 12:02:18
Accessing the drain hose at the unitwill problematic. Maybe I can try and snake it.
PascalG Posted - Jul 08 2013 : 12:17:30
It doesn't drain out those because the hose is clogged.... Pretty common. Un clamp the hose off the try and blow thru it, using a piece of extra piece of hose if you can t easily reach it.

Builders often run the hoses too flat, so with time dirt piles up and ends up clogging.

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