Eden pure starts blowing hot air and then turns cold
I recently fixed this issue for a family member on this exact model, the same issue, it would heat fine for 15 minutes and then cold blowing air would follow afterwards non stop, and when we powered down the unit and restarted it, it did the same exact thing. ( What worked for me ) was ordering a new " Thermostat " which is a white rectangle looking plastic thing with 2 blue wires coming out of it, you can find You-Tube video's showing you how to remove the Eden-pure gen3 cover housing easily, my total cost of this do it yourself repair was just under $20 as of 10/10/14 your cost could vary depending on different factors.
1st...unplug the unit....duh ! lol
Once the housing is removed, look at the top of the unit and locate the 2 blue wires coming out near the front, remove the 2 top screws holding in the thermostat, gently pull out the old thermostat but don't disconnect any blue wires yet, put the new thermostat in facing the exact same way as the old one, re-tighten the 2 screws, next follow one blue wire ( One is longer than the other ) to its location on the block, determine if its the shorter or longer wire, disconnect just 1 wire with a Phillips screw driver, and replace it with the like sized blue wire from the new thermostat, tighten but not over tight ! next do the same for the next blue wire on block.
After thermostat is secure and wiring is secure, put the cover and panels back together......and plug it in and test it again....... Hope this works for you as it did for me.
Good Luck !
Oct 12, 2012 |
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