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Old 11-15-2007, 08:02 AM   #1
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HVAC Condesation Piping


I want to replace my trap for my AC unit with a see through trap (clear pvc) that has a cleanout. My attic unit has this, so I know it exists, but I can't seem to find this contraption anywhere, including Home Depot. Any ideas?
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I have included a website that sells all sorts of clear PVC pipe and fittings. The stuff ain't cheap though. They have P-traps but it may be cheaper to make a trap, since it is a condensation line, by using two 45 degree street ells and one 90 degree elbow connected together. Good luck.

http://www.clearpvcpipe.com/
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I have included a website that sells all sorts of clear PVC pipe and fittings. The stuff ain't cheap though. They have P-traps but it may be cheaper to make a trap, since it is a condensation line, by using two 45 degree street ells and one 90 degree elbow connected together. Good luck.

http://www.clearpvcpipe.com/

You weren't lying that it's expensive. What I didn't see though was a ptrap that has a cleanout cap and wire brush combo. Even when I went to HD, they didn't even have the opaque ptrap with cleanout.
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