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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For anyone who finds this question in the future - It's the condensate drain hose for the heat exchanger.
Get a bucket and some towels handy and unplug the lowermost flexible rubber hose - if you do this right after the furnace has stopped, water will come gushing out. Mine was continually plugging up causing my furnace to stop, like yours - the L shaped plastic tube that dips into the drain trap on the outside of the unit (the thing filled with water) was too close to the bottom of the trap. I took it out, shortened it by 1/2 an inch (keep the same bevel that's on there!) and I haven't had a problem since. Blowing out the line would only hold things off for a few weeks before it started acting up again.
Cost me $90 for a service call the first time since visually it looks fine and I checked the upper hoses that go to the pressure switch :)
Learn from my service call!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
You have not mentioned if the vent pipe has any anti-vibration mounts or not. If not, use rubber mounts to suspend the vent. It may be transmitting your noise.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
If this is a new install, ensure the flue was properly sized.
If it's been running a few seasons with no problems until recently, inspect your flue pipe. Ensure there are no blockages or visible damage to the outside that could cause the gases to condense before leaving your flue. Correct as necessary.
Check for other areas of moisture infiltration. And be sure to check the tubing on your pressure switch for any kinks, cracks, or loose connections and repair as necessary.
MOST IMPORTANT: if you haven't already done so, make sure you have a CO2 detector (< 5 years old) located in the main living area of your home as well as in your bedroom. CO2 is colorless, odorless and deadly.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
That could be a couple of things....
Open up the bottom cover and take the wire off of the "G" terminal that goes to the t-stat...then replace the cover and see if the blower still runs...
If it runs then the problem is intenal to the furnace, probably the integrated control board or a high limit is tripped...
If that stops the blower from running then you have a bad relay in the t-stat ora shorted wire going to the t-stat.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
Hate to tell you but heat exchangers are hard to match up. Unless it is relatively new then in most cases they have a warranty of 10 years. So you will have to replace furnace. You might be able to find a used furnace or go to web site and enter model number of your Bryant to get replacement.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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