Question about Heating & Cooling
Pull the fuses and check voltage line to line with the fuses out you should have 208 to 240 volts if you have 50 or so volts try line to ground if you have 120 on one leg it will back feed with the fuses in,because of the windings involved. in any case you are missing one leg somewhere to get the voltage readings that you have poasted
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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