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Top two element work botttom two dont

I have an electric forced air furnance yhat is not working right i have amps on the top two coils but not the bottom. I am unemployed and need to try and fix it myself

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  • douglasmilha Jan 25, 2009

    all of my elements read 11.2 ohms I can hear it clicking and the top two elements go out and the bottom two dont come on

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If you have an ohm meter check and see if you have continuity through heating element that is bad. if you dont it is broken and or there is a fused link that is bad. if it ohms out then it may be the relay

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

  • carl carpenter
    carl carpenter Jan 25, 2009

    do you have an amp meter? if not next check your heat limit switches usually in line between sequencers and element terminal. theses will cause a clicking sound when the cut out

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