I wasn't going to remove the sensor itself, just unplug the wire. I assume the furnace wouldnt work properly if I pull the entire sensor out, with a hole in the line (similar to a vacuum leak in a car?) Even if I have the pressure switch as well, its going to be a bad idea? I don't want anything bad to happen!
Yes, it has a trap down below the line.
Do you guys know of any techs/local distributors that I can talk to? Im in the Aspinwall section of Pittsburgh, if that helps (northeast, area code 15215).
Also, I still have my home warranty, so it would be nice if I could tell them who to contact to solve the problem... The company that the warranty service deals with haven't found the problem, and if there is an unheeded service bulletin on the furnace, that would be a good place to start. thanks again guys