Question about Intertherm Heating & Cooling
OLD ONE WORKS ONLY WHEN I PUSH IT DOWN MANUALLY. NEW ONE DONT WORK, CANT PUSH MAUALLY. I HAVE AC IF I LEAVE A BRICK ON OLD ONE. I THINK I NEED 24VAC ON TWO SIDE POLES? BUT I MEASURE VOLTS, ONLY GET .5. WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO GET 24VAC FROM?
This is a contactor and should have 24 volts across the control terminals normally on the sides. The 24 volts comes from the transformer that feeds the stat and all the controls for the system. Normally located in the furnace section. If the inside blower is coming on sounds as though your losing it going to your contactor, broken wire or manual reset safety??
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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