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Re: electric air handle
If you have AC with it you have to take the NC set of contacts on the fan relay and run them through the relay that the elements are controlled on 1 side of the circuitry. The NO set of contacts are for the fan motor in the AC mOde.
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Intertherm does not offer a wiring diagram for the E1 series anymore. So I have included a link to the E2 series. They are very similar and you may find this service manual helpful for whatever problem you may be having.
A relay can be welded "closed" and cause this. It is in the outside half of the air conditioner. If you have printed circuit boards, it's a lot harder to guess what's wrong from over here, but I've actually seen this problem when it was caused by a relay. Of course, I am assuming no person has been in there changing wires around.
Open it up, find the relay where one of the fan wires is going, give it a sharp rap with a screw driver handle. If that fixes it, replace the relay.