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Simpleterrier

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if the drain goes to clear air, why would one need a trap? I suppose someone might connect the drain to a sewage pipe, would want a trap then. But yeah, glue is good ;)

The trap is for the negative pressure inside the drain of an air handler. The ac or heat pump coil is on the return side of the blower causing negative pressure in the drain pan water backs up cause air coming in drain pipe with a trap it can't. On a furnace ac or with the cool on the positive side of the blower it will drain cause air will be going same direction as water.

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Since I'm moving to a place that is 30 miles to a town in 2 directions and there are no towns in the other 2 directions, I need a car with better gas milage.

I called Carmax and set an appointment to go sell my car to them. They sent me an email invitation to sell my car. The instructions said it was better to use a smart phone. So I tried to open my email on the phone, but didn't remember my password. Had to go back to computer, because it is easier for me, to reset my password. Finally! Got email open on my phone and followed directions. Answered a bunch of questions, then took pictures. I took the pictures they asked for, then hit send. Easy, even for me and I'm no smart phone guru. I'm a smart phone dummy. In 45 minutes, I had an offer. Heck yeah! I'm gonna go get that money! Robert followed me to Carmax, where I did the required paperwork and got a check. Down payment for a new car! :highfive:

That was the easiest car trade/sale I ever participated in. Looking around on car dealers on the internet, I think I'm going to skip all the car lot torture and buy one online. I can do all the application online and they will even deliver it to me. Sign the final papers and done. I sold cars in 2004-2005 and people spent entire days at the car dealership, it was a long drawn out process that nobody liked. If I can buy a new car as easy as it was to sell one, I'm in! I'll get moved, settled in and go car shopping from my recliner. :yesss:
 

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@Baymule If you had good service on the sale, try Carmax for purchase. They will let you reserve about 6 cars for a test drive session and paperwork wasn't bad.
That's what we did when our Kia Soul was totalled in 2014. We arrived by Uber. Total time including carseat fittings, test drives, kid/preggy potty breaks, and paperwork was 4 hours. You should be able to get out much faster.
 

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I had no idea. Now that makes sense to me, the girls love horses!
So you are saying you didn't ask your GD how she came up with such a unique name, just figured she was a whacko? ;)

I know a few days late but figured I'd help out
Never too late, thanks for the info.

I can do all the application online
And maybe get a better price. I bought my Prime online since the only dealer that had one was 50 miles away. When the "in showroom" sales guy was done with all the paperwork he gave me the price. I gave him the price the internet sales lady gave me. I had already told him I had gotten a quote on that car online. They have to honor it.
 

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You can name your ewe after a really, really bad rock group called "Black Lips" :hide

I purchased my last car from Carvana. The first one I picked had a bad rattle so I returned it before the 7 day, 1000 mile "test drive" was up. No questions asked, they just came and got it. Had a refund in 2 days. Found another one that I liked. It is a VW diesel Jetta. It is my second one and I really like the diesel because of the 48-55 miles per gallon and the huge amount of power it has. Really sad I will never be able to find another new diesel Jetta here in the US.

You are doing great on your renovation....
 
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