I hope some one can give me some information on this topic. I live in a mobile home. A little more than a year ago, I had to get a new furnace. Installation went with out a hitch. My trailer is 30 years old, and was lucky to find a furnace that would fit the spot. At the end of last summer I found about three inches of water in the one duct that runs almost the full length of the trailer. I cyphoned the water out and by the time the heat had to go on, the duct was dry.
Promising myself to deal with it before a catastrophe occurs, I have had 2 people check out the duct, trying to find why the water would collect in the duct. I have had the duct cleaned and it wasnt very dirty to my surprise. But after running the air conditioner for a few hours, there was about 1/2 inch of water in the duct in the area just the other side of where the furnace is located. The entire duct was NOT filled with any water at all. I was told the drip pan located under the furnace was dry.
Its hard to find people to work on trailers, so I am at a disadvantage.
What I need to relay to the person who is helping me is what can possibly be blocking the drainage of the water, and what can we do about it? I love my trailer, but it really heats up in here in the summer, so I really need some help here ASAP and would greatly appreciate any light any one can shine on this situation.
Please & Thanks,