Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
Using the model number and serial number for the furnace, you should be able to order a new wire harness for the the air handler. Most wire harnesses are comprised of the wires themselves with a polarized molex connector at either side that plug into the various locations within the air handler.
Couple that with the original wiring diagram with the unit and you should be able to do the wiring yourself. But without a model and serial number of the unit, you may be a little in over your head.
Remember that the key is not to just rewire the furnace and install a new motor but rather to find the root cause to the failure. I would suggest checking the sequencer or fan relay. A stuck relay or failed relay may have allowed the blower to run without the proper voltage and caused the failure in the first place.
Simply replacing parts without test the whole unit may yield another short term fix and quick failure.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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