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basement sink

Posted by christians1 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 4, 06 at 14:45

I have an old laundry sink in the basement.I think its ceramic it has a right and a left side. On the right side there is a PVC pipe coming from the furnice and to the sink. I never see anything coming out of the pipe but the right side of the sink seems to be rotting away.

Any idea on whats going on here.

Thanks,
Christian


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RE: basement sink

it most likely handles the evaporation from the air conditioning, or the excess water from the humidifier.


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RE: basement sink

Thanks, would that have anything to do with the it eroding away? The bottom of the sink where it drains seems to be braking down.


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RE: basement sink

"...evaporation from the air conditioning,..."

Condensation maybe?


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RE: basement sink

I found out what my PVC line from the Hot Water heater is for - when I accidently extinguished the pilot light.

The resulting condensation quickly filled the overflow pan.

This may not have anything at all to do with your situation.


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