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Old 08-08-2020, 09:57 PM   #15
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It's common for slime to build up in condensate drains after continuous use. Try to find some tablets used for dehumidifiers to prevent slime and mold forming and drop a couple in the drain pan.
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Thanks everyone! I managed to get all three a/c's working by using the shop vac. Didn't have any duckbills.
Good to hear !

I think like several other things, they just stopped adding duckbills to the ends of the drains.
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