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Condensate inside 90+ furnace cabinet

jgudelljgudell Posts: 1Member
I am a homeowner with a horizontally mounted Rheem RGTS condensing furnace. Yesterday I noticed rusty water in the drip pan underneath the unit. I opened the cabinet panels to find water on the inside of the cabinet. It appears that the hoses are properly attached to the condensate trap from the combustion cabinet and exhaust transition. I will contact a heating professional, but would like to know if anyone has ideas on where the source of the leak. Thanks in advance for your help.

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