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Burderus Logano G115 dripping a lot of water, help!
Greetings Oil Furnace Experts,
I have a Burderus Logano G115 system. There is an open-ended copper pipe on it that hangs straight down almost to the floor ... not sure what it's meant for, maybe when there is too much water in the system or something, but it drips water on occasion and I have a bucket to capture the water which I empty every few months.
Yesterday, I discovered a broken or leaking pipe out near the main that connects to the city water supply. The city utility guy has been out twice and after a ton of digging, we still can not figure out exactly where the leak is. However, after I discovered this outdoor pipe leak my furnace started really dripping water fast out of that copper pipe. I have to dump the bucket like every hour now.
Any ideas why? I checked the crawl space and ground areas between the furnace itself and the leaky pipe out by the street and they are dry.
Do you think these problems are related, or not? I can't help but think they are since they occurred at the same time. Regardless, how do I fix that furnace drip? Oh and yes, I did shut off the faucets that supply the furnace. Still dripping!
Thank you all so much :-)
Trinity in Seattle