Originally Posted by Swampweasel
My wife and I were sitting in the A192HW today testing the Kool Kat heat pump. It cooled the camper nicely but we also noted that no condensate water came out of anywhere. It was about 80 degrees F with 45% humidity. Shouldn't we have seen some water dripping from the 2 tubes outside the heat pump?
Also, there is a switch inside the camper just to the right of the heat pump. Do you know what it is for? It doesn't seem to do anything.
Joe in NH
As Wayne has said, the switch is for the water pump. Fill your on board water tank, turn the switch on and lift the faucet for running water. As I tested this out, it didn't matter how many times I lifted the handle--no water. Then accidentally I turn the faucet sideways, wow, running water.
I've had no water draining from the Cool Cat. If you remove the plywood cover on top of the Cool Cat, you will see it has a holding tray under it, holding water. I presume this will drain, depending on the volume of water contained in it. Don.