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Your drain line is probably clogged. If you have shop vac, you can attach it to the drain outside. You may have to use tape to get a good seal and then use it to clear the clog. Also look in the air handler and see if there is a lot of build up in the pan under the coil. You can put a little Clorox bleach in the line a couple of times a year to help keep the drain line clear. Let me know if this helps.
verymuch so it is clogged up , now open system treat drain pan with bleach ,blow out two lines if there are available but if theres only one treat that on ,then treat the coils clean an treat them after cleaning pour little bleach in the bottom of the pan
At whic step does it sto at and theres your problem. step-1 thermostat calls for heat and vent fan turns on.... step--2 the glow plug or hsi lights ... step-3the main gas valve comes on and heats the box...step-4 when the box heats up it closes a temp. switch to start the main fan motor!
Make sure your condensate drain is clear of algae and other things that can clog the drain line plumbing. This can also lead to hard to control mold and mildew problems inside. Take a "wet or dry" shop vac to the end of the condensate drain line and vacuum out whatever is in the line until it is clear. The drain should flow well and not a occasional drip.
To control the build up of this gunk, about once a month, pour a cup of white vinegar into the drain line near the beginning of the line and the acidity of the vinegar will kill and prevent the regrowth of the drain clogging gunk without harming the environment outside.
If you still have problems, find and reduce sources of humidity inside the building. If the AC is too large for the building, it can fail to run long enough to extract moisture. If the blowers are partly in a hot space and partly in the cool room, the colder setting can cause the humidity to condensate on it as it does naturally in the AC unit and in our weather.
Hope this helps you get started. If not, consult your local HVAC company. See if you have an ARS service near you.
Sounds like ether you have a plugged condensate drain,or the drain pan is rusted out.If it it clogged you can squire a bit of water through to unclogg.If it is rusted youll have to wait it out.Good luck.
The song "knock three times , on the ceiling if you need meeeee! This sounds like a slow drain or plugged drain line, just reverse the water flow with a water hose or preassure! (last if its an old system over 20 yrs old you could have a rusted drain pan. try introducing bleach into the system (clorox)!............Thank-you very much!