Question about Intertherm Heating & Cooling
The heater worker this morning, The little breaker switch was off, turning it on doesn't do anything. There seems to be a noise though, like a very faint motor, but nothing happens.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jeannine, on this model there is one motor that turns both the evaporator and condensor fans. First you want to check to see if there is any obstruction preventing the fans from turning. There is also a dual capacitor that gives this motor a kick start. If this goes bad the motor will not run, just humm. Hopefully it is just your capacitor that has failed but it could be the motor itself. Part number for the capacitor is 16-05-00710-109. Part number for the motor is 50-11-t26p0-050. Usually a bad capacitor will show signs of leaking or bulging, but not always...Catriver..post back
Posted on Aug 02, 2006
Check your thermostat and mode selector setting, thermostat setting should be set at warmer and mode selector setting should be at low heat or hight this is applicable for manual unit.
If it is a remote control just set the remote to heat mode.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
Sounds like the contactor is stuck in the outside unit. Turn off the breaker or safety switch, remove the cover, and tap on the body of the contactor with a hammer handle or similar tool. If a click is heard you may have dislodged it and it may work for either a short time or indefinitely. (yeah ,I know that's kinda vague) Test it. If that doesn't clear it up, disconnect the thermostat wires just to make sure and re-test. If the compressor starts without the thermostat connected, you will need to replace the contactor. If you feel real handy, you could perhaps remove the cover, seperate the contacts with a screwdriver, dress the contacts with an emery board until smooth and shiny, and try again.
Posted on May 24, 2009
No, you probably have a bad evaporative fan motor, capacitor or switching. It usually takes a Pro 1/2 hour to track down such a problem with good training.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
IF YOU ARE NOT ELECTRICALY EXSPERIANCED I WOULD FIND SOME ONE YOU KNOW TO CHECK THE FULL LOAD AMPS ONE THE UNIT AND USE AN AMPROBE TO CHECK AND SEE WHAT AMPS ARE BEING DRAWN. SOUNDS LIKE YOU MAY HAVE A WEAK CONNTACTOR THAT IS CAUSEING THE PROBLEM
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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