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    As long as A (primary condensate line) the opening lower then B (secondary condensate line), then those are correct.

    The catch pan, which is what I called it years ago too, is the auxiliary condensate pan.

    I used to use the term 'secondary condensate pan', but that was confusing as the secondary condensate opening and secondary condensate drain line were not from that pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Eastman View Post
    Are the secondary drain lines (as shown in dans' arrow b) required by IRC/manufactures?
    Yes.

    Are the secondary drain lines required to be insulated in attic? I'd think so since the primary is required to be insulated.
    Yes.

    But not auxiliary pan drain lines.

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