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Old 07-28-2009, 07:39 PM   #1
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replacing condensate drain tubing

In order to connect my existing condensate drain to my new carrier lo profile unit, I had to splice in a short piece of tubing with a tubing connector and 3 clamps. Does anyone know if the exising condensate drain tubing will pull out of the wall with new (longer) tubing attached to one end? I believe it would if not clamped, or attached to the AS in any way. What say ya'll?
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