Unexplained condensate (water) around furnace

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Unexplained condensate (water) around furnace

I am still having water issues around the furnace, even after following the advice to drain all the lines. I did find some water in the line from the vent/flue pipe and modified the line to make it a greater slope.

I noticed the accumulation of water on the left side as the furnace had to work harder the last few days, but there is no clear indication where it is coming from. Is this normal? The lines are all clear. I snaked the, blew them (no jokes please) and all that.

I recently installed a new 3/4" directly from the A/C unit to the floor drain.
 
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Is this a hot-water boiler? If so, post a bunch of photos. Drain all "what lines"? Why? What does the A/C have to do with this?
 
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I am still having water issues around the furnace, even after following the advice to drain all the lines.
I'm confused ... you wrote this as though you've been here before and we know what you are talking about, but you just joined the forum and this is your first post?

Who gave you the advice to drain?
 
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