How do I stop or drain condensatlion from the fire pot blower housing?Post created: 2012-11-25 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 42
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We have had this furnace nearly 20 years, at least 15. The problem started several years ago. See below for what I have tried to do to alleviate the problem
The furnace tends to recycle (stop and start) when the blower housing get too much condensation on the bottom. There is a drain plug, but quite a nuisance to have to drain it each time the furnace shuts down. If we don't drain it, the recycling starts the next time the furnace starts up. I could put a drain hose on the drain, but the door housing is higher than the drain and therefore keeps water in the housing.