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We just replaced the inducer blower motor unit on above model. Then water kept getting trapped in the pressure switch tube, which the repair man came out and put the pressure switch up higher, everything was working well until this morning. You can hear the blower motor running, and the air going through, but he furnace wont kick on and run. What else could be going on?
Water should never reach the nipple for the pressure switch tubing on the IDM. Check the entire condensate drain system for obstructions. Verify water makes it from the furnace location to the outside drain. Flush p-traps and any anti-siphon devices thoroughly.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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If the exhaust comes off the top of the furnace, you will need to make sure the condensation will drain all the way back to the condensate outlet found at the base of the inducer blower. If you are having to remove the tube from the pressure switch, there must be a blockage from the inducer down to where ever it drains to. Check to see if all tubes are free of blockages and if there is a condensate trap, clean it out. If the pressure tube you mentioned is facing up toward the blower allowing water to flow into it, reposition it so water will not enter the tube.
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