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Old 01-11-2011, 04:16 PM   #1
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I have a carrier 90% furnace and is leaking water which seems to be behind the draft inducer motor but not sure it is leaking into the blower compartment. any thoughts? i checked the primary drain line and it is clear

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how old is the unit?

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2 years old
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if you dissasemble it it will need re siliconed. It should be under part warranty ie No Labor
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I called carrier and found out that the unit can not be level and has to be proped up a quarter of an inch toward the door when the unit is horizontal. i did that and the unit works beautifull. thank you for all your help.
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