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Old 03-04-2012, 04:28 PM   #31
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Drip pan for my heat pumps compressor


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still doesnt make sense to me. i do not see a difference. either way it would still keep building up past the point of the 1-2" either way. am i incorrect? I would really like to understand your reasoning of it being different. if the ice builds up on the slab 1-2" or the pan fills up its capacity of 1-2" then they become one in the same. they equal each other as well as their capacity to build up higher or their capacity/capability of draining away/overflowing....

im really not trying to be annoying here. just trying to see what im not understanding.

With the pan, it will build up in the unit higher yet.


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