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Old 06-21-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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condensation pipe from furnace


Should the condensation pipe coming your furnace have a U shape trap in it before it goes to the drain?

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condensation pipe from furnace


is the pipe blowing air when the fan is on or sucking air.... it has to have a P trap just out of the pan female screw in connection.that trap ill allow water to drain out during operation down the drain line

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