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  1. #1
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    Default Corrosion/Deposit at Trane Furnace

    Any opinions/ information on the significance (or lack of same) of the corrosion/deposits at this furnace?

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    Default Re: Corrosion/Deposit at Trane Furnace

    Looks like 99% of the ones I've seen lately. Condensation leaks, Service and monitor.


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    Default Re: Corrosion/Deposit at Trane Furnace

    It looks like a drainage problem. I've seen quite a few of those little rubber drain hoses 'pinched' so the condensation doesn't drain.

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    Default Re: Corrosion/Deposit at Trane Furnace

    That unit is also not installed according to manufacturers installation instructions.

    Any 120,000 BTU furnace is supposed to have a return drop pulled from both sides or from the bottom but not one side only.

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