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Elec. intertherm FURNACE

I HAVE A INTERTHERM FURNACE AND IT WANTS TO STAY ON ALL THE TIME. WE HAVE CHANGED THE THEMO. BUT THAT DID NOT HELP ANY. TO TURN IT ON WE HAVE TO TURN IT ON AT THE BREAKER AND CUT IT OFF AT THE BREAKER. IF WE DID NOT DO THIS IT WOULD RUN 24/7 PLEASE HELP...........

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  • james prentice Oct 19, 2008

    Hi, we have an Intertherm electric heat/ac unit in our 99 Fleetwood double-wide.We awoke to an electrical shortage smell,the coils were red hot and cycling on and off with the fan off and temp reached,still heating,only shut off seconds when thermocouple?( safety pops ),then comes back on heating every 20-30 seconds! Whats parts are stuck or burnt out! Help,disabled ,moms terminal and we must repair myself!

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It would help if I knew what type of system you have, lets start with the thermostat. If you disconnect the wires to it, does the heat turn off? I have seen thermostat wires pinched inside the wall, thus bypassing the thermostat controls altogether and it would run constantly. If you send a reply, tell the type. Wall furnace, central unit, heat & cool, gas, electric or heat pump. If you dont know tell me how many wires you have at the thermostat and the colors. You should know this, as you have changed it.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

  • masterohwise Nov 15, 2010

    i have this exact problem...4 wires and the last red wire has a jumper to the next.also when i turn the switch on the unit itself to fan instead of auto,it seems to go to a higher speed.we have not changed anything out except the thermo....

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