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Using condensate pump to shut off Maytag MGF1RC furnace
We just moved into a house with a Maytag MGF1RC100C furnace. It is AFUE 92.1%. Looking at it, I noticed the condensate pump is wired so that if the pump malfunctions, it will cut power to the thermostat and shut off everything.
The basement is unfinished.
I have a couple questions. Is this a condensing furnace? I don't believe it is. If not, does it produce a fair amount of condensate when heating? Our Aprilaire 400 humidifier that should not normally drain water into pump.
I don't want the entire heating system to shut down if the pump malfunctions. Is there a better way to wire it into control board of furnace? Maybe in series with Y wire from a/c?
Would a/c be the main contributor to condensate?