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HVAC unit The wire connecting the Intertherm unit has been cut. I want to attempt to fix it on my own but I can't seem to find when the end is located.

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You didn't say the wires going or comming to the inside or outside.!

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I have a 1987 Intertherm FEH-015HA electric furnace. The issue I am having is that my blower will not shut of unless I pull the disconnect. My thermostat will operate the heating elements like normal,

You most likely have a bad fan limit / cycling switch. If you kill the power to the furnace see if you can trace the wires from the motor to where the connect to the switch. It looks like a round button with tabs sticking out of it for the wires to connect. Mark down where the wires were connected and take it to a HVAC business or furnace supply house. Be sure to have the model off the furnace with you so you can get the correct parts.

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I need an Owners Manual for Intertherm M7RL 060A BW

Unfortunantly In order to download the manual you have to fill out that you are a student HVAC professional at NORDYNE University Log In Register
Once you are in you select north american products.
Then select intertherm and click search products.
The Search will come up.
Select HVAC, Leave Select product type set to optional and type in the box below that M7RL. Click Search products.
Click the first Item on the list M7RL 95.1% AFUE Gas Furnace.
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Be advised. If you are not a HVAC professional. Installing the furnace is not recommended. In order to get parts you will need to have a Contractors license or EPA Certification to purchase from the supply chains like Johnstone supply (the best place to get any part). Please be careful and think about the dangers of carbon monoxide, gas explosions and improper electrical hookups if you are attempting to do the repair yourself.

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Drain pan


Parts for this unit can be obtained contactingIntertherm or contacting this third party distributor HVAC Suppplies ' HVAC Equipment.

Call to find out if the drain pan is available.



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Need to locate and turn on the reset switches on my intertherm unit my house is not cooling at all.

There are NO reset switches. You need a HVAC technician to evaluate and repair. Probably a bad transformer if nothing works.

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Hello , I think I can help , with the power off to the unit disconnect the wiring on the thermostat and remove it make sure the wires are not touching, turn power back on and see if the unit still runs , if not thats the problem pickup a new tstat , if it still runs then you have a sticking contactor in the control panel of the unit , all of the componets in the unit feed off the contactor and its easy to find its about two inches by 3 inches. There are a set of contacts in it that will be blackend or burnt , remove, label all wires where they were going and pickup a new one at any Hvac, A/C warehouse.
Hope that helps , let me know how it turned out.

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Air conditioner not working.Tries to come on but doesn't. Blower and heat unit works fine. Model E1EB-010HA Nordyne. You can hear humming at outside unit.

Most likely a failed run capacitor in the outdoor unit. The unit either has two separate run capacitors; one for the outdoor fan and one for the compressor. Or it may have one dual run capacitor which is the two capacitors built into one casing. Usually either a grey or silver cylinder with terminal connections on one end. If you intend to replace, make sure the power is off first by pulling the disconnect or turning off the breaker. Mark all wires and make sure they get back to the same terminal on the new capacitor. Capacitors are rated by their capacity (go figure) the new cap must match the old cap exactly on the uF or MFD (called micro-farads) rating. Voltage rating on the capacitor must be 370v or higher (most new caps are 440v rated). If you are not completely comfortable doing this yourself, a qualified HVAC service company can take care of the problem for you.

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That's not going to cut it. You can't just stick a coil on a system. You will need model # of furnace and most importantly the model # of the outdoor unit in order to find a coil that is an appropriate match; otherwise, you will probably end up shooting yourself in the foot and spending alot more in the long run to fix mistakes. I recomend contating a local professional to help you.

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