Water Lines Inside Ductwork


In a mobile home a plumber had run water lines inside the ductwork to prevent freezing. However, he failed to seal the ductwork back. The original call was for a water leak (notice the poor connection!)

Source Melissa Commins What Were They Thinking?
Home Energy Mar/Apr 2007

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