Question about Coleman Rv Air Conditioner Control Box 8330b751
Posted by Anonymous on
I need to know what the furnace is doing .
Since you said furnace that's means force hot air and you have 2 Zone damper that's runs on 1 furnace ,correct?
If it's 1 furnace with 2 Zone is Zone 1 working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a dirty/rusty burner that is clogged or your gas valve
manifold pressure setting may be too low. Normal manifold pressure
is 3.5 inches water column on natural gas furnaces. ( 1 psig is equivalent to 28 inches water column). Pull and clean burner. Also
check and clean pilot assy. including flame sensor (if present).
Please let me know.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: i am installing a coleman
You have probably already answered this question. But as of now I can't see what any of the comments are other than the original question. What color are the wires from the AC and what color on the heat? Is this original wiring?
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
The fan running constant and the unit not firing is usually an indication that the high limit reset has tripped.
And yes... these furnaces will run a cooler air... that is one way they get better efficiency...
Also the FC24... you have there is just the fan coil number...find the model number of the furnace...it will probably be on one of the walls just inside the top door...that will help me out more...to maybe find a solution for you.
Posted on May 14, 2011
It should not be moved when thre AC is on, becuase that will cause the thermostat to up around and could cause more problems.
Posted on Jul 25, 2011
SOURCE: I have a winnebago that
The only way to track down a problem like this is to use an electrical meter and see where the power is and isn't....
once you find out where the power is stopping at then you can identify the faulty component and fix or replace it..
It sounds like it could be a thermostat or relay problem, being that the compressor or the blower are not running....
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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