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Coleman Evcon AH Series heat pump and the status light blinks

I have a Coleman Evcon AH Series heat pump and smoke came out of the ducts and set the smoke alrms off. I checked the status light and it is blinking twice indicating an overload. I checked the resistance of the heater coils and ''Heater 1 '' is open. I need to replace the heater coil. But the status light is still blinking. Can I reset it to get until I can get a new coil?

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NO you cannot. I also advise you to completely disconnect all power to it until ready to do the work, you may cause a fire otherwise. Be safe.

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