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Tipically, a hot air furnce has exhaust and a cold air intake. My question is, why is one of them hooked to condensation pump that pumps water out?

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In a forced hot air system you have a supply and a return.

Now with central air cond,you also have the same supply and return exept you also have an air conditioning coil that the return air goes through to be cooled,then it is blown out through the supply side to the vents in the home.

Since warm air or summer air contians water or humidity the cooling coil collects the moisture and sends it to a pan which when fills up is pumped out by a condensation pump.

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