I found water dripping from the side of the furnace, but can't really see, where it comes from. But I do have a purifier installed (previous owner), and it appears, that if I activate the purifier (and I believe I then also de-activate the heat), that it stops dripping. So I'm inclined to believe that the purifier has something to do with it.
Water dripping on a furnace is most often from an upflow furnace whose coil's safety pan is clogged. This would only leak when the air conditioning is on. A humidifier is teh opposite of the coil in that it adds water to the air in a heating system. If you have your heat on your humidifier may be the source.
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