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Old 08-15-2006, 09:48 PM   #1
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Help with dripping A/C in trailer

Help please the a/c drain line seems to be plugged, my wife is in Louisiana and I am here in Ca. She had some one try and fix but it seems he tried to clear from top and bottom and now its not driping outside at all. When she tried to stick a coax cord from bottom met resistence at about 4' up. Has any one tried a small diameter auger? Any ideas welcomed. Darrell
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Can you get compressed air to it somehow? Blowing into it will either clear it or at least make it easy to locate the problem by following the hissing noise.
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Thanks , that is one consideration my wife will have to buy a compressor. When the guy she had help her actually blew into the hose more water came in the trailer,but in trying to clear the hose it got blocked up completely. The problem is no one there to tow the trailer and the temps have been 100 /95 humidity Darrell
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Hi Darrell,
A sink cleaning cable would work better than a coax. It is a small flat steel blade type used to clean smaller sink lines. They are about 5 to 10 feet long and available at builder supplies and plumbing supplies for around $5 to $10. If you do not have access to compressed air, this might work.
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Thanks Calvin thats what I was thinking they have one at Harbor Freight and by luck theres one in Alexandria and my wife is going there tomorrow. I just can't figure out what is stuck in there.
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