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Mobile home furnace with central air unit water coming out of fur

Hi there i recently bought a used mnobile home with a ac unit and everything thing works fine up until i return from deer hunting and my hall way floor is wet first i thought it was the pump. stop working and i checked the hoses everything is fine. thebn the furnace kicked in and then there was water coming out of the furnace and splattering all over. this is a newer furnace with no warrenty so now where do i go from here. do i have to call the ac guys or the furnace guys.there temp here right now is about 10 degree and the furnace is running but wet carpeting

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You had the condensate from the furnace come loose look for a pvc pipe coming off the furnace it drains the high efficiency heater. I would really check out your hot water heater too.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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