Question about Heating & Cooling
My furnace just blew a fuse and when i replaced the fuse(s) the furnace still didn't come on. First, it's a new breaker. Second, i've already tested for power and it's got power. I'm leaning towards the sequencers or transformer. I don't know how to diagnose them though.
Having changed the fuse and breaker tell me there is a major short in you furnace. 240 volts is a lot of amperage and a very delicate job to attempt to help you directly. I have found that any intertherm dealer near you will be happy to help solve your problem. Yes, the sequencers are possible reason but 50 amps at 240 volts is what concerns me. Did your transformer burn out also?
Let me know what you think and if you would like, I will locate the correct source of help. Thanks, JT
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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