How to Replace Residential Condensate Pumps?

Answer Residential furnaces and central air conditioners produce about a gallon of condensate per hour. A condensate pump is installed to remove the condensation from your heating and cooling system. You ... Read More »

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How to Replace Furnace Condensate Pumps?

A condensate pump collects and removes the condensate a furnace's evaporator coil creates. The furnace's drain line dumps condensate into the condensate pump's holding pan. Once the condensate in t... Read More »

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How to Replace Electric Fuel Pumps?

Changing your electric fuel pump can be done in less than an hour at home, usually with basic tools. This article covers fuel pumps that are located outside the fuel tank. The pump can often be fo... Read More »

How to Replace Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps?

The first thing to consider when replacing an electric fuel pump is how much fuel is in the tank. If the tank is over half full, fuel must be drained out so that it will not spill when the hoses ar... Read More »