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WIRING WIRE INSIDE THE FURNACE HAD BURNT AND I NEED SOME HELP REWIRING THIS UNIT

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Wiring digram from ac to blower motor intertherm model FEHB-015HA

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I need a wiring diagram for my furnace model#gmpn100-4 I can not find anything on this

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A service rewired the because he didn't like the way it was wired from the factory, then they had a diffrent one to fix that. Now years later the blower motor burn out, another guy replaced it and messed up the blower to the blower relay

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Why did the wiring burn?Id have the heat exchanger inspected before rewiring.better to be safe.

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