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Living on a budget never goes away. Air conditioning can be quite high-priced especially if you have to service or replace the HVAC plan often. One way I labor to keep our a/c laboring officially is to prevent the cooling system drain from becoming clogged. After doing a fantastic bit of research and speaking to others I discovered that simply pouring vinegar in the drain line will keep it running smoothly, but vinegar will kill any types of bacteria and fungi such as mold, algae, or mildew. It will also keep clogs from building in the line. If you repeat this on a monthly basis it will keep the air conditioner laboring. If you don’t quite think how to keep the line wipe with vinegar than I can supply you advice. First, turn the a/c plan off at the thermostat and then the breaker. Next, find the condensate drain line which you can find outside attached to your house. Find the T-shaped vent with a cap and remove the cap and look for any blockage, then pour ¼ cup of distilled undoubtedly white vinegar into the opening in the line, but distilled undoubtedly white vinegar has an increased cleaning property boost as it has increased acidity. If you can’t rest the smell of vinegar you can always use peroxide or moderate water with a bit of dish soap; Let the vinegar rest in the drain roughly 30 minutes then flush it with water to make sure everything is laboring officially. Then replace the cap. Once you start repeating this every month it will keep the clogs and bacteria from growing and will keep your air conditioner laboring well.