Re-routing condensate line?
OK, I am a bit out of my depth here .... c'mon HVAC pros, help me out.
The diagram below explains the situation. The AC unit has a condensate sump actuated pump that sends the runoff in the designated direction of flow. The piping seems to go to the blower unit which does not have AC.
First, does the condensate water get used by the blower unit typically?
Second, if not, can I re-route the condensate to a closer floor drain?
The drop ceiling and presence of walls and equipment makes it almost impossible to insepct the connection point (or not) of the condensate line at the blower unit. Being 98 degrees in the ceiling does not help either!