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Electrical diagram for model # e2eb-015 ha serial e2e9710-05442 replaced heat sequencer. Think heat and a/c running at same time. Inside coil froze up all the way to outside unit. Need electrical diagram for inside unit.

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SOURCE: non-working outside unit

If your unit is blowing heat inside and it's not a heat pump. It will be most likely electric heat in your case.
Sounds like you have a split unit meaning the condenser is outside and the cooling and the heat features are inside or under your home.If your Rudd is a heat-pump the outside unit will cycle/blow cold air outside in winter and hot air will cycle/blow outside during the summer season. Now, if for some reason the heat  is not coming on inside the house, would be the only reason that you would need to be concerned. Being a heat relay or breaker of could cause that problem. Hope this helps you, Sea Breeze 

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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SOURCE: ruud heat pump outside fan

You may be right in looking at the motor. It uses a different speed on heat than cool. The heat cycle uses low speed, usually red. Some manufactures use blue (medium). Cool uses black, high speed. If you are confident, switch the low speed wire with the high speed and see if this changes anything. If the fan motor isn't the problem, check the other setting (cool) if the overload trips, you may need to look into a new capacitor or compressor, if so, you can install a hard start kit. these are start boosters, and are inexpensice, sometimes they will give another year out of the comp. but I've put them on and they have lasted 5 years.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Intertherm heat coils won't stay off until breakers off,thermostats are off

it is the heat sequencers. it happens all the time. replace them wire by wire to keep it simple. they are located behind the metal next to the breakers they look like this: cdf7518.jpg

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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SOURCE: heat comes on fan does'nt

diagram sould be on the back of the cover panel over the sequincer and relays

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Wiring Diagram for Ruud Heat Pump

Unfortunately, the wiring diagrams for heat pumps are not so easy to come up with. The outdoor unit will have its own diagram, but may not include the indoor air handler and will probably not include the thermostat. That said, the orange wire is commonly run from the thermostat to the reversing valve in the outdoor unit. This wire is usually not connected to the indoor airhandler. The orange wire is usually used in a unit that has the reversing valve energized in cool. Ruud, however has its reversing valve energized in heat. Probably not useful but maybe helpful
Mike

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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