I recently purchased a home that has a GeoComfort geothermal system in it. I'm not very familiar with geothermal, but I seem to be having a condensation problem. I traced the problem back to a copper pipe that extends vertically into the upper cabinet where the blower is. This pipe is producing a lot of condensation that then drips down into the lower cabinet, and eventually runs out onto the floor. I tried wrapping the copper pipe with pipe insulation, but it doesn't seem to have helped. Any ideas on how I could get the condensation to stop? I have attached a picture of the copper pipe, prior to wrapping with insulation. It can be seen at the back of the unit in the middle, with a puddle of water around the base.