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Bad sequencer or fan relay?

Nordyne electric furnace. T-stat replaced last year. Fan comes on when set to auto in A/C mode but fan will not come on when t-stat is set to heat. Is this a bad sequencer or fan relay. This is a Nordyne E2EH-015HA model.

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  • ptricia325 Feb 28, 2009

    Yes. all elements heat up. fan won't come on in auto mode, but will in A/C.

  • Farley Redfield
    Farley Redfield May 11, 2010

    from the model number it looks like this is a 15KW heater? 
    3 elements usually? And do you know if any of the electric elements are comming on? 
     

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Does ANYTHING come on when set to heat?

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