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It definitly did not open the element the 24vac isn't enough. I would go back over the wiring.When your t- stat calls for heat you want it to energize both sequencers. the easist way to assure this is to connect the whiet and purple two gether at the a/h.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Check the amperage of the breaker or change the breaker out completely with a new one. The tripping problem is that the breaker itself is heating up to the point that the bi-metal in the breaker (safety device) is throwing the breaker off. This could be the problem for you however, I would get an ampherage draw from the unit to insure that the breaker is the proper size for the unit. If you can find what kilowatt the unit is divide that number by the amount of current being supplied and that will give you the breaker size.
Good luck hope I helped you some
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
You're right. The eating element always be behind the evaporator coil.But check whether your unit model has heating and cooling or cooling only.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
SOURCE: My heating element and fan
This is a question that I can help you with. I am a Master Electrician. I have wired hundreds of houses. But I am going to need a little more information. Does the switch to turn the heating elements and fan as the exhaust fan? Or is it on a separate switch?
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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