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Leaking condensate from venter motor
I have a 92% efficient propane furnace. It's leaking condensate from the bottom of the venter motor where the two halves meet. Is there a seal in there that may have broken? It was just dry for five days but when it got colder outside began to leak again. We replaced the gasket seals behind the venter motor since there seemed to be evidence of leakage when we removed the vent motor. The gaskets were broken and dry, we replaced them with silicone O rings. I believe the excess water leaking out was and still is from the bottom of the motor where the two halves join. Could it be a gummed up trap or piping? Although it seems to be draining ok. The trap has all glued connections so reluctant to break all the seals. Can the trap be cleaned and flushed through by taking the venter motor off and going from the top? If the trap is even the issue. Please can you give some advice and pointers? Many thanks.