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Coleman Evron CH/CA unit won't blow the air through the vents

I have a Coleman Evron CH/CA unit system outside of my mobile home. The heater works perfect, blows the air through the vents and everything but when I switched it over to the AC for the summer, it won't blow the air through the vents. It all comes on, the compressor , etc. but just no air blown through the vents.
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  • deltaelise May 23, 2008

    Thanks fro your help :)

    Well it wasn't the relay. It might be the thermostat I don't know. All the fuses are good, the fan and everything comes on outside but it just won't push the air through the vents like it does when we have the heater on.

    The man I bought the relay from said to touch the green wire to the red of the thermostat wires but that didn't work either.

    I may have to wait until I get my tax rebate check to get someone to look at it and mine is in the last bunch to be sent out in July and these Oklahoma summers are hot.

    Ofcourse the man I bought the unit from is nowhere to be found and won't answer his phone or door.

    I am too poor to be ripped off.

  • keithocurry Jul 14, 2008

    I have a smiliar problem too. The air vents don't blow consistenlty throughout the house. I have a split level with one unit for both levels. The air does not come through the vents well. I can lay a miss of tissue on the vents and it won't even blow off. The house cools eventually but at a very expensive cost for me. Any suggestions?

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Relay for fan operation in the cooling mode may be bad and not bringing on the blower for the air.

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