After 15 years of doing this line of work, I'm well aware of major companies and their sub companies, but being that you typed your model number with the letter "o", which is incorrect, and therefor pulls up alternate machines, instead of the number "0", I'm sure you could give a little leeway for misinterpretation, especially since members here are only trying to help. With that said lets get started.
At the lower part of the diagram you'll notice the defrost system, including the evaporator fan motor. You'll see that a blue wire runs to the fan, follow that blue wire around and you'll notice that the wire connects to the bi-metal thermostat. This means that the fan will not come on until the bi-metal has reached a temperature cold enough to close the contacts inside of it letting the power pass onward to the fan itself. As far as tripping the breaker goes, check your connections on the heater, they come with exposed ends and if the connections happen to make contact with the evaporator coil itself it will blow the breaker. If thats not the case, and all the wiring is good then you should focus your attention on the compressor area, thats the only other area that has enough amperage to trip the breaker
Jun 04, 2012 |