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Ugh, still hot in Texas

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My A/C drain is stopped up, and it's in a hard to reach space. Typical homeowner project, I need two more arms, double jointed, and 6ft long, with extra elbows.

Spent 6 hrs working on it last night (including the trip to Lowe's). The main drain is 1" copper pipe going into a T at the drain in the slab, with the vent for that drain on top of the T. 

My snake keeps going up the vent instead of down the drain lol. Just shoot me now. I already had to replace the p-trap section of PVC pipe coming from the air handler to the drain line. Got too physical with it.

And its 100 outside right now.  I rigged up a garden hose drain to my driveway last night. Busy day today, so I'll try again tomorrow. Gonna have to do some sheetrock demo, I hate plumbing.

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Lol, well I got finished. A good night's sleep and a few cups of coffee tend to do wonders for solving problems. Didn't even have to demo anything.

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On 10/30/2017 at 0:46 AM, Liquid Helium said:

Feel ya.  Lived in Texas 5 years.  Heat finally drove me back to East coast.  I like 4 seasons.  Not hot and hotter.

I hated the 100+ Days of 100+ Degree Fahrenheit.  I used to do a lot of cycling (out of the Richardson Bike Mart in Dallas - miss that place) and the rides would begin almost at dawn just to get done before the heat become dangerous. 

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