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My furnace is leaking water when the AC/central air is running.
The water is pooling in the top and lower pans/tiers and dripping out the lower pan and on to the floor.
I can see water bubbling out from under the upper portion "where the burners are located" sometimes and it appears the leak starts some where in that area.
Filter is not an option, I change them regularly and the one in there now is a couple weeks old.
There's water flowing through the rubber line into the sump pump like it's suppose to, but for some reason water is also leaking inside the unit.

Is there something a roofing mechanic to do?

I'm remodeling everything next year and hate to use a favor or spend money on a repairman now when the hole thing will be replaced next year.

Any suggestions?

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