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I have a coleman evcon furnace a/c unit i have water in my floor which i think is a overflow from the cindensation line. i went uner my trailer and unhooked the rigid plastic line from the flexabile hose and blew out the rigid line. tryed to put a metal clotheshanger up the rubber hose line but only got so far. how do i get to the line from inside the house there are only 2 lines in the front 1 is the gas line and the other is the line from the a/c unit outside. unit inside is surrounded on 3 sides by walls is there anyway to get to drainage hose and pan without tearing out a wall?

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The front of the unit should lift up and off or pull straight out at the top (some are one way, some are the other) However, it sound like you can get to the outlet where the water should be coming out. May I suggest using a shop vac. I am a HVAC tech and have to deal with this problem at least a couple of times a week in the summer and I have yet for a good shop vac to not do the trick. If you take the front off of the furnace, turn it off at the thermostat first. Also you have a typical installation, only one side of the furnace opens for service anyway.

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