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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the thermostat if its a manual on then pop the cover off and look for a small dial with numbers on it. Take and move it tpoi a higher number than whats it is set at. Its called a heat anticipater and is supppose to make it so that the unit does not oveshoot or under shoot like what your experiencing. If its a digital oine then you are going to have to configure the setting in the insdtallers menu.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
the control voltage for the sequencer should be 24 volts. that needs to be checked. also the sequencer is a switch that allows current to pass through them and are rated at particular volts and amps. If you are having and overcurrent situation, then it may burn them up. this one is tricky because and overcurrent should burn up the fusable links at your heating elements first. I would have these voltages checked and make sure only one sequencer per heating element. the low voltage side may be wired in series but the line voltage should be parallel or not sharing the 240 volts
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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