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    Default leaky flu stack

    I have an abandoned furnance flue stack that leaks. I have converted to a high efficiency furnance and electric water heater so the old gas flu stack is unused and capped off. I am getting water dripping out that I assume is condensation now that there is no draft to move the moisture out. It is over a finished suspended ceiling so I would like to stop the leak. Any ideas?

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    Default Re: leaky flu stack

    Dont assume anything..........You need to investigate the problem to see where the water/moisture's coming from.
    Gizmo

    Cut it 3 times & it's still to short.
    Inventor of the Miter Master Plus.

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