I would call them back and leave them another message ( companies get stuff overlapped and forgotten ,badly managed )I'm not sure my buddy sent me a video of it but he isn't good at understanding grow room stuff or describing anything. I'm not sure about the p trap all the other rooms have p traps though.
Lol when he first told me it was "broken" he said "the unit sounds like not right" so I ask what's it sound like and he confidently replies "it sounds like... bad sound" I smash my own face and ask if it sounds like a grinding noise an electrical buzz or an seized motor sound? He again says "I don't know I'm pretty sure the noise is coming from the dehumidifier." And I say to myself well this is going to be a challenge. So that's what I'm dealing with as far as my own tech support relay team lol. But in the video the unit is just making a loud vacuum noise and he put a leaf near the drain and it almost sucks it out of his hand??
Also checked for all clogs and other strange blockages checked filter all the basics without removing the housing. Waiting for quest to call back before I do anything surgical.
I'm getting ready to jump off in the world of jacks... lord I hope it goes a little more smooth for me than I have observed of others introduction to it....Thats correct, but remember that this recipe is a little less about PPM and a bit more about ratios between inputs. In veg I run the same input ratios, but cut the strength down to 70-80% by diluting with more water, and in bloom I tweak the levels of Nitrogen or Potassium or the ratio between Ca and Mg by nudging individual inputs up and down, to shift the ratio. You are refering to the correct recipe when its run at full strength and base levels, but just incase, here it is again in its baseline form as per gallon amounts:
0.1g Chelated Fe EDDHA
Which gives you 100-80-100-117-40 N-P-K-Ca-Mg (~740ppm) (Cost ~1.5cents/gallon)