Question about Dehumidifiers
We just bought a new furnace last year and since the cold weather hit we have too much humidity in the house, causing our windows to frost up. We never had a problem like this with the old furnace so I'm wondering is there anything that can be done with this new Maytag. There is presently a drain pipe that flows from the furnace inti the sewar drain. If I could increase that flow it might be the answer.
Make sure your exhaust pipe to the outside isn't clogged. That is where the humidity is probably coming from.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This model furnace does not come with a built in humidifier. Humidifiers are normally an optional add on. If you have a by-pass type humidifier it is none adjustable. Water level is normally float controlled and operation is control by blower circuit. When ever the blower runs the humidifier operates when in the heating mode.
Posted on May 05, 2008
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