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Does drip pan need to cover entire furnace or just coil. I got both answers for repair men.

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When you say drip pan are you refering to a pan located under unit in case drain plugs ? If this is what you are talking about and you have a furnace that is 90% efficient or more which will be vented with pvc, it needs to be under the whole furnace as condensate water also comes from furnace when operating and if this drain plugs you will also have water leaking down from furnace. If it is a 80% furnace which will be vented into a chimney then pan needs to be just under a/c

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