Question about Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner
Regardless of where the evap coil is, the coil should have the correct drain pan to remove the water from the furnace to the drain. In either case, the furnace should have had a place to mount the evaporator, and if they put it there, it would be appropriate per Ruud's design. Furnace manufacturers don't put evap coils in furnaces because the geographic location of the house will affect the size coil needed. A big house in Kentucky would need a large furnace that might be the right size for a small house in Minnesota, but the Kentucky house would need a much larger cooling evaporator.
Like I said, though, Ruud would make the unit with a place to put the evaporator, and it might be able to go in either location.
The real issue here sounds like it's the way they have the drainage setup.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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