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Goodman GMN100-4 heater in horizontal position leaks condensation

This unit used to be in an upright position and worked fine. The unit in a horizontal position now leaks condensation from behind and below the exhaust fan. Is there a fix for this or something that has to be repositioned?

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There is another location on the fan housing that needs to be used when the system is mounted horizontally.

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