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I have a heating furnace problem. I need a wiring diagram for the model FEHB-015HA. We had to replace the heating elements and when we tried to hook the wires back up, the white connector(full of wires) had some corriosion on some of the wires and came apart when we tried to hook it up. THankyou

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If you replaced the heater the heater came with the diagram. it's also possible that the heater diagram is a sticker on the front of the unit. There should also be a unit diagram on the inside of the door. What you are looking for likely will come from the heater diagram not the unit, it is two separate pieces. Good Luck!!

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Hello, Namalee -

I find that the Nordyne brand is what is called a "legacy brand" owned by Nortek Global HVAC.
https://www.nortekhvac.com/

That means Nortek owns the brand name and nothing is currently manufactured with the Nordyne name.

I have looked through the Nortek Global HVAC web pages and have not found any source for a wiring diagram for your model Nordyne furnace.

I suggest you telephone the company (headquaters in O'Fallon, Missouri - Central Time zone) and ask if the company can provide you with a wiring diagram or direct you to a reliable source for it. This is the toll free phone number I found on the Nortek website:
800-422-4328

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SOURCE: Anyone have a wireing diagram for a nordyne E1EH-015HA

Intertherm does not offer a wiring diagram for the E1 series anymore. So I have included a link to the E2 series. They are very similar and you may find this service manual helpful for whatever problem you may be having.

http://www.nordyne.com/literature/359a.pdf

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SOURCE: I have a Intertherm model FEHB-015HA . The fan

Check out these Installation Instructions...........wiring diagrams on the last page.

I hope you find this to be very helpful. :-)

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