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AC, but no heat

I have an intertherm unit for my mobile home and the heat went out on us. The ac seems to work fine, but no heat. I can switch the thermostat for the heater from the auto to on position, and it does blow air, but the air is luke warm. When I turn the heat on with the switch in auto position, nothing happens except a clicking noise and no air comes out, hot or not.

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  • chadwick0211 Nov 19, 2008

    I'm very sorry, I should have mentioned it's an electric ac/heater unit. I believe it's a Nordyne E2EB-015HA. Would the above advice you have given apply to an electrical unit as well.. Thank you so much for your help!! It is so appreciated!!

  • chadwick0211 Nov 20, 2008

    It almost sounds like the clicking is coming from the blower..

  • chadwick0211 Nov 20, 2008

    I just tried turning the fan on for the unit, and the blower is working though, the fins on the inside are spinning well.

  • chadwick0211 Nov 20, 2008

    OK, I found it it is the sequencer. I ended up calling around town here and I found one, the problem now is, the guy on the phone told me to bring the sequencer down so he can identify the type of sequencer, and give me type of sequencer I need. I did that thinking I was going to have some kind of wiring schematic to help me with the new sequencer. Nope.. No such luck. Now i'm stuck with a new sequencer with no idea which wire goes where.. I'm so stuck on this thing I dont know what to do.. I have wires looking me in the face and laughing, I have no clue what to do. Any help?

  • chadwick0211 Nov 21, 2008

    Thank you, that would be so helpful !!!!

  • chadwick0211 Nov 21, 2008

    If your having problems posting it, you could send it to:
    Chadwick0211@Comcast.net


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The clicking noise appears to be the igniter. Since it is not getting gas for some reason it will not operate and will shut down. This could be due to the burners being dirty or it could be a bad gas valve or it could be in the electronic mudule. Make sure there is gas coming into the home to the gas valve.Since you hear the igniter operating , for the time being we will assume it is ok. Clean the burners with a wire brush. Make sure they are clean. When reinstalling the burner. Make sure the igniter is directly over one of the burners in the path that the gas will take. This is important. Before attempting any repairs make sure you understand what to do and what not to do. Gas furnaces can be vary dangerous. If this is something you are not absolutely sure you can do. Get a qualified service man to repair and service the unit.You can get a qualified service man right here on this site for your area. I hope I have been of some help to you.

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  • Charles Caldwell Nov 20, 2008

    Where is this clicking noise comming from? Try to find where and let me know. I will help as much as I can.

  • Charles Caldwell Nov 21, 2008

    I`m going give you the schematic and manual for the E2 series. It covers several, you`ll have to find yours in the manual. The manual shows a schematic of your unit with the correct wire setup. I hope this will help you.

  • Charles Caldwell Nov 21, 2008

    http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/ Unfortunately I was unable to post the part of the manual you needed. But you can go to this site and view the manual youself. You will have to become a member but it`s free. The manual is under nordyne then air conditioning. You will have to scroll down the page abd find your system. The manual will explian what a sequencer does and will also have a schematic that shows you where each wire will attach to the sequencer. It is in a pdf file. I hope this will help you.

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