The asshole that installed my mothers' 3 ton unit had to get help from my brother to take apart the molding and half the closet to make it fit then taped it all in tight. The drain drooped so water stayed in the drain eventually caused the drain pan to leak into the draft inducer fan and fill it up with water. Can't wait till I have to replace the blower motor on the unit. People never think about maintenence when installing new stuff in old houses.
Dan WebsterMember Since 17 Nov 2005
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