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Hypothesis: water coming from the base of the furnace flue...

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Question by chip
Submitted on 2/16/2004
Related FAQ: Temp, Humidity & Dew Point ONA
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Hypothesis: water coming from the base of the furnace flue is due to condensation.

Facts: 7.4 oz./hr. of water is coming out the base of the furnace flue; indoor temperature and relative humidity are 67 degrees F and 41%, respectively; Flue temperature is 118 degrees F; Average outdoor temperature is 20 degrees F; flue is 10 inches by 10 inches and 30 feet to the top (if that matters)

Question: is the hypothesis consistent with the facts? Please respond to chips4748@msn.com

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