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The circulating pump does not have any floats.
Doug, if I am not mistaken, the water comes from the condensate of the Ametek Windjammer Circulating blower. I was asking why the water accumulates in the Ametek Windjammer circulating blower instead of draining out. The drainage is not clogged. If you need I can send a picture of the furnace layout with the furnace cover opened. By the way after I drained the water from the circulating blower, the furnace seems to be working OK. Just need to figure out the water problem.
I did not pull any hose or pipe from the system. I just removed the Ametek Windjammer blower and empty the water accumulated in the Blower and put it back. Once the blower is clear of water, the furnace is working again as normal. I just like to find out a solution how to prevent this type of problem in the future. I will try to post a picture of the furnace, please let me know how to send a picture to you.
Thanks for the info. i checked the drain, it is not clogged. Next I will try to look at the Y and lastly the collector box. The system seems to be working OK after I empty the water in the inducer. I will keep an eye on the system tonight and continue work on it tomorrow. I will keep you posted.
Up till now the heater works OK through the night and this morning. Is it normal there are some water in the diffusing circulating pump housing.
Thanks. I think I have a pretty good understanding how the system works. I will keep an eye on the operations of the system and I will let you know if I need further assistance.
Rick. You helped me a bit last week with an odd septic