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Need help hooking the right colored prong wires onto my sequencer

Can you guys please help me?? i had a sequencer to go bad on my electric furnace so i drew up a diagram of the what wires went to what prongs, bought the piece came back to hook it up and what happens i cant find my diagram anywhere now i am stuck with nine wires hanging out of my furnace with a brand new sequencer that i cant put them on and i can not afford a repairman due to being laid off. any help would be appreciated the same colored diagram as mine would be so helpful.. nordyne electric furnace E2EB-012HA getting cold in ky..

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  • chadwick0211 Nov 20, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with no wiring diagram. I'm really stuck.

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There should be a wire diagram on the back side of the panel you took off to get to the sequencer

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