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Electric furness blows hot then warm

I have a coleman electric furness. When I start it up it blows hot air. Then after a few minutes it is luke warm. What could be the problem?

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If this has happened since you got hte furnace it is normal
heres how a heter works
themostte tells heater to turn on
heating element turns on
followed in about a minute by the blower

during the peried before the blower kiks on the elements become supper heated
after the blower kicks on it slowly leves off the element temp and air temp coming out

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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