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    The condensate tray under the evaporator coil is broken in half and cracked in a few places. I tried to repair it last summer because I just couldn't find a replacement. Today I went down to the basement and it's leaking again so I know this time when I take the plenum apart and pull out the tray it's going in the trash. I called a Lennox dealer and he said all evaporator coils for the Lennox have a C at the start of the model number so he could not help me. The condensing unit is a Bryant.

    The problem I'm having is trying to find the replacement pan. My furnace is a Lennox Whisper Heat
    Model - G20Q3/4E-100-7
    Serial - 5899M05186

    The evaporator coil is made by BDP Company
    Model- 507HXX036000MAAA
    Serial- Y4D96069

    The tray is made by Syracuse Plastic Inc.
    Model - 28AU401253

    Can anyone here point me in the right direction for a new condensate tray?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Condensate Tray

    I think I found it. But for the money I'm gonna try the gorilla glue first.
    Part Type Drain Pan

    Description
    DRAIN PAN
    Our Part Number
    Use this number to order online. Receive additional discount and free shipping
    Z6-507HXX036000MAAA-03BTW

    Price $265.44
    Available Yes-In Stock
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    One of the reasons that folks replace the entire evaporator unit when the pan craps out.

    You might try JB Weld for plastic or even a fiberglass repair.

    Scott Patterson, ACI
    Spring Hill, TN
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    I can certainly understand how it would be easier to just drop the whole unit in tray and all but I would rather pay the 265 and not the 500+ for the whole thing. I just picked up some goop glue and I will see how that holds. If no luck I will just get the new tray.


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