|Posted by hj on March 31, 2002 at 19:03:15:|
|In response to Re: Furnace drain hose tapping into plumbing|
if you are describing it correctly, then the drain should/must have a trap of some type. If the condensate is coming from the blower side of the furnace, then it can draw sewer gas into the furnace and distribute it throughout the house.
: I had a new high-efficiency furnace installed recently, and something looks a little odd.
: Is this wrong, and should I have it corrected? It seems to me that anything running into a drain pipe needs to have its own p-trap - or needs to be installed on the sink-side of the p-trap, as a dishwasher hose is connected.
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