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Look for a disconnected or leaking hose going from the exhaust fan to the drain. Also look at the fan housing for any cracks. Pull off the 1/2" hose at the fan and blow into in to make sure it is clear of debris.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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Furnace has water under it, why? Its a Dayton gas furnace.

There are several questions that need to be answered about what type of system you have, but i found this posting that may help:
As your gas furnace runs, is there water leaking at the base? Is the furnace's air filter wet, too?There are a few things that could be happening here. But if you have a high-efficiency furnace, here's the most common cause: a condensation leak.
We'll explain why a furnace creates condensation, and what's causing it to leak out of your furnace.
Note: You'll know if you have a high-efficiency furnace if:
  • The yellow energy guide tag says your furnace's efficiency is 90% or higher AFUE.
  • The vent/flue pipe is white PVC as opposed to metal.
Why a high-efficiency furnace creates condensation
How in the heck does a high efficiency furnace create condensation/water anyway?
It's all about how the furnace extracts heat from combustion gases.
A lower-efficiency furnace extracts some heat from combustion gases and then quickly vents them out the flue pipe.
But a high-efficiency furnace, to extract more heat, has 2 heat exchangers. These allow the furnace to extract heat from the gases for a longer period of time. This causes the combustion gases to cool and then condense.
That condensation then exits out your home through a drain. But if that water is pooling around the furnace, there's a problem preventing it from draining properly.
Causes of a condensation leak around a high-efficiency furnace
  • Clogged condensation tubing
  • Clogged condensation drain
  • Breaks in the condensation line
  • Issues with the condensate pump (if you have one)
You'll need a furnace technician to diagnose which of these is the issue and then fix it.
Other causes of leaking water around a furnace
If you have a conventional, standard-efficiency furnace...then its flue pipe may be incorrectly sized.
If you have a whole-house humidifier connected to the furnace...there may be an issue which is causing the humidifier to leak into your furnace. Your humidifier should be getting annual maintenance from a professional to prevent this.

Dec 13, 2016 | Dayton Heating & Cooling

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Will not drain complete

if you hear the pump running to drain it there could be some obstructions in the bottem of the dishwasher . the pump is on a timed circuit like other functions if the time is up and the drain is blocked it will leave some water in bottem. just cleaned mine and you wont believe what you can find down there. i reminded my wife its not a garbage disposal too. ha ha .

Sep 02, 2013 | Maytag Dishwasher

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Gldl500mobb wter not draing from bottem of unit


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Feb 21, 2011 | Maytag Dishwasher

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Water is leaking out of the bottom of my furnace. could something be plugged?

What type of fuel does your furnace burn?

Gas does condense more water when it fires, that oil--
and that condensing can be running out--- Usually that would be toward the discharge section of the furnace-- as the exhaust gasses might cool and condense upon leaving the furnace.

Or-- do you have a humidifier on the furnace--and maybe the little water sump is overflowing?

Be brave, and open a panel or two, and look around-- above the area the water is leaking out of-- what is in that area?

Jan 19, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Top washing sprayers do not work. Bottem works

If your top sprayer arms arent working its probably a problem with the water line from the source to the top arms. These hoses are usually inside the machine itself and will require a professional to open up and check. There really isnt alot that you can do by yourself on this one, sorry.

Dec 13, 2009 | Washing Machines

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I have a great outdoor smoker and I forgot what the pan in the bottem is for ? water? I know the bottem kettle is for the chips . can you help thanks

It is for water, that is what gives it smoke.. I hope this helps. Please rate me if it was thanks

Jun 27, 2009 | Grilling

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Water and cleaning fluid not coming out

water head pluged use tooth brush and hot hot water ,on bottem of vacc find water heads brush until clean

May 06, 2009 | Bissell Powersteamer 1694 Upright Vacuum

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No water going to furnace humidifier

The furnace should be equipped with a #50 relay to turn the Humidifier on and off when only when the furnace blower is on. You should have a test mode on your humidistat. Do you have water coming up to the solenoid valve? Make sure that the saddle valve is turned on to supply the water to the humidifier. Is your humidistat set high enough to turn the humidifier on? Is it plugged in?
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Mar 04, 2009 | AutoFlo 400BP Humidifier

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

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.

Nov 25, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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