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    Well, after insulating the intake pipe, it ran ok...

    Well, after insulating the intake pipe, it ran ok last night and I see no water dripping in.

    There is a frosty coating on the intake elbow opening that I hope will not close up the pipe. It was...
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    Mr. moderator, I keep seeing these warning...

    Mr. moderator,

    I keep seeing these warning messages addressed to AC AL.
    That is not me. I am Larry, the guy that started the thread. Maybe there is a mix up on the names in the database or...
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    Hi, and Thanks again for your replies. Ok, the...

    Hi, and Thanks again for your replies.

    Ok, the pipes don't go through any un-conditioned area inside the house. The furnace is in a closet, since there is no basement, and the ceilings follow the...
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    The exhaust does blow straight up, and the end of...

    The exhaust does blow straight up, and the end of the pipe is cut at an angle away from the intake.
    Thanks for your replies!
    The elbows are glued on the intake up there on the roof.
    I dried the...
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    Water in air intake pipe and inside furnace.

    My Tempstar high efficiency furnace has water draining down the air intake pvc, and into the furnace all over the burner and gas valve etc. Furnace is 6 years old, but I never noticed this problem...
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