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Heat is not working on my GE Zoneline 3100 AC/HEATER

Over the summer the unit was not consistently staying on, I replaced the main switch and that seem to have corrected the problem. When I turn on the heat now it stay on for a min. then stops and turns on again, and the heat is blowing cold air. I think maybe the main switch went bad again and/or the temperature control thermostat needs replaced? thank you in advance for your help.

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WITH ANY OF THESE UNITS YOU CAN WIRE AN EXTERNAL THERMOSTAT WICH WILL ACOMPLISH THIS, JUST MAKE SURE YOU PURCHASE A T-STAT WITH A HEAT / COOL AUTO CHANGE OVER.

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Heat pumps have saftey circuits that prevent liquid flooding of the compressor. Inadequate airflow across the evaporator in cooling can trip this circuit. Have your package unit serviced with particular attention to cleaning the evaporator coil and be sure your filters are clean and changed frequently in the summer months. Hope this helps GL!

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It sounds like it could be the tstat itself. Unless you use a voltage meter to take some readings it's hard to determine if it is a board. The best thing for you to do is remove the tstat from the system and manually operate it with a jumper wire to try and recreate the problem. If you can't recreate it, by manually turning on the unit, then it's the t-stat and if you can then it is the board. This happens with t-stats occasionally. Good luck and I hope this helps!

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well, it's been almost 4 years since this was posted, but it's the selector knob. these things are HORRIBLY designed (the selector knobs) very easy to break if someone pushes it to the side too hard.

ASSUMING when you cleaned it, you didn't get the controller knob wet, which could cause heat and ac to come on at the same time. If after a few days, it's still the same, it's the selector. I've replaced a million of them (ok, not really a million, but, a lot.)

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