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There is a black tubing where the exhaust hose goes therefore i can not get the exhaust hose on.what is this black hose for? do i have to reroute this?

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There is no exhaust hose on a A/C unit. That black hose, or seal tight, has wires in it. Are you talking about the hose from the drain pan. If that is what you are talking about. Put a water hose on the drain and blow out the blockage. make sure the drain hose by the condensor outside is not barried. Put a 90% fitting on the end of the out side drain hose faceing up, to keep water in it to keep out critters.

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