Question about Ruud Matching Split Air Conditioner
My unit is equipped with a float switch in the auxillary drain pan to kill the unit if the pan fills. The unit is 11 years old. I have noticed that some of the newer installation have a float switch also located in the promary condensate drain. Should I add this to my unit?
I think...yes. Stopping the machine before the water fills the secondary pan couldn't hurt, but don't take the secondary switch out. (Wire it in series with the primary switch.) Air conditioners get plugged up in places besides the primary drain pipe and the secondary switch wii catch anything the first one misses.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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