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Old 02-09-2009, 04:38 PM   #1
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bryant plus 90 high eff. furnace


my furnace is getting water in the hose that runs to the pressure switch and therefore, i think it is tripping the switch and the furnace will not come on, i drain the hose and then it works for a couple of days but then the hose fills up with water again and the furnace will not come on. anybody know where the water is coming from and how to fix please.

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Post the model and serial# and a pic of the burner area. That is a condensing furnace.

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