I currently own 15+ house I need some professional advice from boiler
guru on my boiler problem. I am hearing a strange water drop noise
coming from a smokestack or inside of boiler whenever it rains outside.
I was thinking that water might be dripping through smokestack and|or
maybe into the boiler's furnance. I've attached picture of my aging but
working well boiler & smokestack. I've also attached dripping noise
sound clip in the middle of page.
ps: Thank you in advance.
I clearly made some mistakes. I meant 15+ years old house there.
Plus, wet dripping noise only occurs when it's raining. I did check to
see if water was dripping through smokestack, but I did not see any drip
there. Maybe there's drip inside of smoke stack where it splits(one goes
to water heater(I have mistaken it for a boiler) and the other goes to
the gas furnace(heat exchanger?).
Is it normal for water heater | gas furnance | smoke stack to make a
dripping noise when it's raining?
Please, disregard the wet ground, because I think the water is coming in
from the leaky wall joint(what da ya know...I live in a cheaply built
town house :( ).
ps: Thanks in advance...
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