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Nodak7mm

Furnace: Water seeping out around base?

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Nodak7mm

Yr old furnace, Goodman brand. I have water seeping out around base, pulled cover and it appears to puddle right below fan housing? Any clues?

I got the installer coming in the next couple days.. But want to know ahead of time..

Rod

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Valv

You probably have the condensation discharge hose disconnected. Chec the hose that goes into a drain or so.

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Powerstroke

Although the discharge hose may be disconnected, I would say that it is more likely that the discharge hose is plugged. Mine did that this summer on ours (AC/Furnace combo) and the hose plugged cause the tray that catches the condensation to overflow. There should be a small hose coming from your unit to a drain. Check that for flow. I had to replace my hose. $6 at menards and no service call to the repair guy.

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1DIRTBALL

Powerstroke is giving good advice. I had the same thing happen to me. Needed to clean out the condensation tray and install a new hose. No problems after that. grin.gif 1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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