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Coleman mobile home furnace,model 7660, series 856, 6,000 BTU - wiring schematics

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you probably have a bad thermostat if it wont shut down id replace the thermostat first and then have the thermocoupler checked...replace the thermostat

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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If you haven't already tried Coleman customer support, try Google. You can find owner's manuals for all kinds of things. good luck, John

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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I remeber we took out a Coleman kero heater out of my grandmothers mobile home. Just had it repaired but she wanted a new unit. Would have to go and check to see how many BTU's it is and also to see if the book is there as well.

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SOURCE: Need replacement glass for pilot cover of Coleman Presidential II

the glass is there as a service tool to veiw pilot and flame or relite just get a peice of sheet metal and cover hole with it ,it will work short term or long term

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SOURCE: In my mobile home I have a coleman furnace model

There is a fan cycle switch that turns on the fan when the unit heats up (so it won't be blowing cold air) and runs the fan after the unit has shut off to remove heat from the unit. Sounds like it bit the dust. It is located next to the firebox.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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you probably have a bad thermostat if it wont shut down id replace the thermostat first and then have the thermocoupler checked...replace the thermostat

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