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MY ELECTRIC FURNACE WILL COME ON BUT THE FAN WONT COME ON WITH IT

I can turn the fan on so i know it works

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    i have a electric furnace sometimes the fan will come on and sometimes it wont more wont then will i can turn it to the air and it works fine with the air what do i do next i dont wont to pay the man $100 to just pull up in the yard and then pay to fix it thanks

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Check your amps on your sequencers. Ensure they are pulln the correct amps. Ensure you have continuity in your elements. They should energize with your blower. Your amps should not exceed 25 for each element. If this is too technical, then, ensure your filters are clean, restart the furnace by resetting the breaker two or three times. Pull off your therm and connect red and white wire together and see if it fires up.

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