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Looking for floor drain hole cover that accepts a hose

Our de-humidifier is located in the basement and the hose runs into a floor drain. Is there a floor drain cover to which a hose can be attached? or a floor drain cover with a hole in it that the hose can be put through?
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Yep home depot get one with holes and a plastic tie will keep it in place

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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