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Wireing specs for ainterterm electric heat unit [e2eb012-ha ] unit my wires burnt becouse ac water trap was stop up

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Wiring from coleman rv ac unit has 6 wires and duotherm rv ac unit has 10--what do you do with other wires


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My Goodman CAPF020B2C HVAC unit continues to run, but does not produce any cold air through the vents. It only stopped doing so a few hours ago, and I have not changed any settings today.


If the unit is still running and sounds no different to you - I would bet that that the compressor "is not running."
The fan motor of an AC unit is the sound most people identify with - but, the compressor (which is the heart of the system) makes a different sound which is usually 'hidden' by the noise of the fan.
Therefore, many customers assume that the AC is running normally (when the fan motor is running and the compressor is not).
I would turn off all power (BE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY OFF) and then I would feel the compressor and see if it was hot.
If it's 'hot' then it's probably went off on an 'internal safety.' In which case you could leave the unit off for awhile and let the compressor cool off. While it's cooling off you could make sure the condenser coil is clean. If it's not - now would be a good time to clean it with a water hose. Note: the water would also help the compressor to cool. NOTE: try and be careful with the water hose and to not get excessive water in the wiring or fan motor.
IF the condenser coil is dirty then it's possible that - that was the reason for the compressor getting hot and now (with a clean coil) you will not have any more problems. IF, however, the unit does not cool (after cleaning the condenser) you will need to have an AC Tech troubleshoot the unit.
However, if the compressor is 'cool' to the touch that means it's off for some other reason and most likely you will need someone to troubleshoot the system. However, you could look for loose wires to the compressor or even a wire that is burnt off. If you are electrically/mechanically inclined you can repair/replace a burnt off wire to the compressor.
Also, you could check the capacitor (a large silver/gray in color device electrically connected by wires to the compressor) and see if it's bulged - in which case you can assume it's bad and needs to be changed, which may solve the problem.
hope this has helped.


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I changed the fan motor because it had burnt. The capacitor was also changed. Recently, two months ago I had the unit serviced, which included the power washing of the inside and outside of the fins and...


Dear sir! First of all when water servicing any appliances,ask service man to check all loose wiring after service and also blow dry air near electrical ends to remove moisture or water drops.
And also replace compressor contactor (Not relay) as it's struck. That is one of the reasons to get breaker tripped. Helpful?

Jan 06, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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I woukd like to have my heat electric, right now its gas and the AC is electric. I have added heat strips to an AC unit before but am not sure if i can with this one. They both one on one thermastat. Am i...


Depending on the unit it might be possible but the 1st thing you have to do is change the wire to your unit probably to # 6 depending on the KVA rating of the heat strips. Your unit because it's gas it is wired only for 20 or 30 amps & most electric strips are 60 amps.

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Will not cool off house but fan outside is blowing


If the outside fan is running, (assuming the inside fan is too) then you can bet you have a compressor 'not' running. You know the fuses/breaker are good, otherwise, the outside fan wouldn't be running.

If you're lucky you have a wire burnt off the compressor and a honest tech will fix that for you - fairly cheap - probably around $150.

Or, you could do it yourself.

1) shut off all electricity to the unit, i.e. turn the breaker off or pull the fuse block. You'll find the breaker and or fuse block in the little gray electrical box mounted usually on the side of the house, but in any event somewhere close to the outside unit. If you're not sure - just follow the electrical conduit from the outside unit to the gray electrical box.

2) go to the compressor and pull the little plastic cap from where the wires all are. Usually this little plastic cap has a metal snap of some sort holding it in. But once you get the cap off - if you're lucky you'll have a wire burnt off one of the compressor terminals. If that's the case - all you have to do is get a new connection back on the wire and slide it on the vacant terminal.

Note: it's possible to have 'two' wires burnt off - in which case it might be a little more difficult - because then you will have 'two' vacant terminals. At this point it might be wise to get a service tech to help you out - to make sure you get the wires back on correctly.

3) once you have the formerly burnt wire back on the compressor terminal - you just need to be sure the new connection is 'tight.' Remember when it comes to electrical connections - 'make them tight,' otherwise you'll have problems.

4) put the breaker back in the up position or insert the fuse block back in - and turn the AC back on using the inside thermostat.

5) if it's not a burnt (off) wire - then my guess is you're looking at compressor problems and it's time to call a service tech.

good luck!

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Ac unit breaker trips off


First thing to do turn off the breaker in the electrical panel, then open up the AC outdoor unit, including the disconnect box, that should be mounted on the wall near the outdoor unit. Go thru and tighten all of the screws and wire nuts, look for burnt wires, while you are at it.
Turn on the breaker and try again, if it still trips, then we look deeper;
pull the control panel off the outdoor unit and look for the contactor, this is where the power coming into the outdoor unit hooks up to. There will be a set of contacts in the control, check it out and see if the points are badly burnt,
If all off the wire checking still has not helped, it will more than likely be a bad condensor fan motor or a compressor, the compressor is the big black thing in the bottom of the outdoor unit, making sure that all power is turned off, pull the plastic cover off of the side of the compressor, there will be 3 wires, make sure none of them are burnt and touching the metal, if they are, repair the wire and test.
Try this and if you need to know how to troubleshoot to see if it is the fan motor or the compressor, just contact me back.
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Goodman PC060-1B Package AC...Need Wiring Help


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Intertherm heat coils won't stay off until breakers off,thermostats are off


it is the heat sequencers. it happens all the time. replace them wire by wire to keep it simple. they are located behind the metal next to the breakers they look like this: cdf7518.jpg

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Heat pump not running


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