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Take the pressure switch off of the unit and disconnect the tubing that connects the inducer motor and the pressure switch. Make sure you do not have water in the pressure switch, or the tubing. Also try to see if you can check the inducer motor for water build up as well...
can you send me website link that shows me where these things are on the unit ?
btw, there is dome water discharge, a few drips here and there from the drip valve. never saw this before
try page 43, it shows the pressure switch assembly with the inducer motor
You were right. There was water in the blower motor. I took out the unit and poured it out completely and reassembled.