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I have a 5yo Inertherm Unit in my mobile home, and the Heat unit will not come on. I hear the click in the thermostat, and no signs of burned wiring, but no heat. Was working and just stopped blowing. Could this be in the Capacitor?

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Are the filters clean? Is the evap (indoor coil) clean?

If not it will cause a lack of airflow. A lack of air flow can allow the heat stripos to get to hot, causing the temperature limit switch to trip off.

If the fan is turning, then the problem you described is not capacitor related.

You can also turn off the power to the unit and look for any blown fuses.

(small fuses on the control board, or large fuses in the pull disconnect.)

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