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I had 8 indoor mitsubishi mini splits installed last year connected to two condensers. Couple different concerns in regards to my condensate lines:
1. Noticed today the plastic tube inside of a line hide was falling out of it. Tech came, pulled it out and as you can see it was duct taped on. I know the connection to the plastic tube was within the line hide and he tested it after by pouring water into the unit and it all came out to the ground. Question is, is it ok for it to drain this way or should I insist on them fixing it (along with the other 4 line hides I have as I’m sure those were duct taped too)?
2. Of my eight units, only one of them seems to have a constant flow of water coming out of it now that it’s hot and humid. Others are an occasional drip if anything. I have seen them all tested and know they drain properly. Is this normal? It’s set to 70 degrees on ac like my other units. This one connects to a different type of tube inside my home before it gets to the exterior whereas all others were installed on an exterior wall. Also does it looks like they used duct tape to connect this one too as you can see in the last picture?
Thanks for your help.