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Either the condenser drain is plugged by something or maybe not even hooked up correctly from factory, of at 60 humidity there may not be any water created. This is a rather low amount of humidity. you might not be able to see anything till the humidity increases. try putting a pot of boilng water in front of the air inlet and see if this causes any water to drain. I wouldn't expect much or any at all in humidity that low. There is just not that much water in the air to begin with.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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