Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
Your problem is with the relay on the circuit board that controls the vent blower. This relay has welded the contacts making the blower run continuously.
The relay is not replaceable so you will have to order a new control.
The part will be the main control that all the t-stat wires hook too.....
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Posted on Dec 14, 2009
If this model has a fan ignition board. The signal from the tstat brings the fan on before ignition. Kill power to unit. Retry again if fan comes on without a call from tstat you have a bad board. Replace.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Hi, being that this is a newer unit, you will need to look at the fan control, or high limit switch.They will stick on at times and the indoor fan will continue to run. Being a Coleman furnace, in behind the circuit board, you should have a fan switch that has a manual reset on it. Try to locate this and push the button to reset, and fan will cycle down.You may have to do some searching to find it, and you can also look at the schematic to point you to it.Please keep me informed and I will work on helping you solve this. Let me know. Sincerely,
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
Testimonial: "I will replace the relay. I will keep you updated. Thanks"
I tired to search that model number to get a picture of exactly what we're dealing with and came up with nothing. Please double check the model number. Is this a propane heater? Does it continue to heat when running or does it just blow cold air? If it does continue to heat, I would suggest the thermostat as being the first thing to check. The relay could be sticking, but the thermostat is a much better bet. Unplug the unit and check the thermostat for continuity. It should have continuity when set for a temp above the temp of the room it's in. It should be open when set for a temp below room temp. If this doesn't apply to the heater you have, please get me the complete correct model number and/or a basic description of the type of heater and I'll try to help you. This is based on the only Coleman heaters with blowers I could find on the internet.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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