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D87011 87013 30volts A.C. MAX #6243260 SB64-5ABO 65A-473-765B SUB BASE cust. 9031840 AMP. 0.2-1.0 0008 NORDYNE FURNACE MODEL: E2EH 017HA SERIAL# E2E000203624.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the fan runs in the ON setting then you have a bad fan relay for the heat mode.
Did you install the t-stat before or after the problem?
If after, you have a bad fan relay.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
This sounds like the relay switch on the control board may be bad. I just replaced a control board last week on a Carrier unit doing the same thing. The relays are built into the control boards. To fix this you must call a luxaire dealer and they can be found at www.luxaire.com. I will ask though, if you put the tstat into fan on instead of auto, does it come on? If it does, it could be a tstat issue. How you find this out is to remove the thermostat and expose the terminals. Take a small "jumper" wire and touch either one of the r terminals to the w terminal and hold it there. If the unit fires up with no problems, then it's the stat and not the board. Try jumping first and if it still won't come on, you know it's the control board. Good luck to both of you!
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
the fan you hear come on at a call for heat is most likely just the inducer motor. the click you hear is probably the relay for the hot surface ignitor which should glow red, then in turn ignite the main burners. your going to have to determine if the ignitor is coming on. if it isnt the ignitor is bad and will need to be replaced. if it comes on and than shuts off after a few seconds the ifc board is probably at fault
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Your outdoor condenser is in heat mode. Check the wires on the thermostat. Sounds like a small wiring problem and nothing else. Good luck. Please keep me posted as to you progress.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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