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Old 06-14-2010, 10:20 AM   #1
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Considering in replacing furnace and air conditioner with a 95% efficient units. Problems: there is no drain close to where the furnace is located. Being told two things: One need a plumber to run a line to the nearest drain (second floor bathroom) two an antifreeze unit? which way to go. Any info on previous or new possibilities?

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Where will the furnace be installed. In an attic, mech room in garage?

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Depending on your local codes. You may need a plumber to tap into your plumbing drain pipes. often. You can run it to the drain line of your kitchen sink.

May need a condensate pump even to pump it to there though.
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