Goodman furnace leaking water when ac is on
It was originally a working location for the Goodman Company, but it was abandoned in the 1960s.
Since it was abandoned, this facility has been known by many different names such as “Goodman’s Folly” “The Stone Quarry” and “The Rock Pile.”
This company might be best remembered today for its invention of the white-label or own-brand heat pump system that they manufactured and distributed under their name and other names.
A good way to diagnose a leaking Goodman furnace is by checking the condensate pan. The temperature of the pan should be about 160°F (70°C). If you have a humidifier or swamp cooler installed on your system, you may have much higher condensate temperatures.
When this happens, it’s not just a matter of aesthetic frustration – the water can cause damage to a person’s home because it could seep into through cracks and openings in the floor.
To solve this problem, homeowners need to take a few precautions when installing their unit: start by testing for leaks on a dry day, sealing all service hoses, installing an insulated floor drain pan or ducts equipped with insulation, and checking any drain lines that lead to the air conditioner condensation unit for leaks.
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