Cleaning Condensate Pumps

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Hi just would like to know the best way to clean a condensate pump vinyl tubing line for discharge. I looked on the web and found putting bleach in the pump water bin is a good way. Then I found a lot of postings saying that is not the way to go. The bleach can corrode pipes. Then i found to use a vinegar water mix. I just want to know does the vinegar item work and what exactly is the ratio 1:1 if any water even needs to be added. Also I have a Neutral-pump. Should I put the vinegar on the filter side or the drain pan side. Thanks for any insights into this. I do understand that maybe the vinegar technique might be the wrong technique.
 
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