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Old 08-23-2010, 11:30 PM   #21
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Actually the pan is sold by Airstream I think ( I could only get it from the Airstream dealer in Houston, and it is made specifically for the penguin as I recall. It sits under the unit itself. But the penguin unit has two water tray sections, one in front of the coil and one behind. It is the front one (intake side) that is filling (and I presume spilling). The rear section has a drain spout that spills into the pan and down the hose in the Airstream. What I do not know is, IS THERE SUPPOSED TO BE COMMUNICATION BTWEEN THE TWO SECTIONS SO THE CONDENSATION IN THE INTAKE SIDE WILL FLOW TO THE COOL SIDE AND OUT THE DRAIN?????
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Actually the pan is sold by Airstream I think ( I could only get it from the Airstream dealer in Houston, and it is made specifically for the penguin as I recall. It sits under the unit itself. But the penguin unit has two water tray sections, one in front of the coil and one behind. It is the front one (intake side) that is filling (and I presume spilling). The rear section has a drain spout that spills into the pan and down the hose in the Airstream. What I do not know is, IS THERE SUPPOSED TO BE COMMUNICATION BTWEEN THE TWO SECTIONS SO THE CONDENSATION IN THE INTAKE SIDE WILL FLOW TO THE COOL SIDE AND OUT THE DRAIN?????
Omnistream, the Duo Therm Penguin and the Carrier A/C are completely different. What is the problem you are trying to correct?
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