Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The transformer is for the low voltage side of your furnace, you should be able to take the door off of the furnace and follow the wiring schematic on the inside of the door to wire it back correctly.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
it is down to cost how old is it , is it worth it over the cost of a new heater you will neede to speak with a plumber to see what is best to do with this heater as they can look at the heater and advice you .
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Hi, W/D here.
Make the necessary sketches, showing what color wire goes to which terminal (trust me on this, it's a really good idea). I do it whenever two or more wires are involved, and I've been known to also lable terminals with the wire color with a "Sharpie". Remove the motor and start capacitor. Take both with you to your local appliance parts supply house. They will match you up with a similar motor, and match the capacitor to the new motor. Getting the exact motor you described isn't important. Getting a good quality replacement motor with your horsepower rating, shaft size and matched capacitor is. They'll have it, and the cost will be less than running one down. I installed a replacement in a furnace last week, with the motor, capacitor and a pack of crimp-on terminals (I ran out!) costing about $109.00. Your's may be less at 1/6 hp. The one I installed was 1/3 hp, replaced a GE, and works fine.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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