Hi there! I'm not a professional, but am looking for some professional
advice. I've got an electric furnace that is about 15 years old. It's
got a two-speed fan. It runs on low all the time and then runs on high
when heating is called for. It also has a secondary thermostat located
outside that is supposed to turn on an extra two banks of heat when the
temperature gets too low. The problem is that sometimes the extra two
banks of heat do not turn off. ie. the fan is running on low and is
heating the house when it should just be circulating the air. Can
anyone give me some advice on this? I'd really appreciate it.
sure, here's some free advice. pick up the telephone & start calling
hvac repair companies. ask them for their senior level technician to
come out and diagnose & repair your electric furnace. Tell them the
make & model of your furnace so they can show up with the correct
SEQUENCERS they will need to correct the problems with your electric
If you are not 100% up to speed on sequencers and how they operate,
you can do far more damage futzing with it yourself. But, knock
yourself out. Have at it. Give it a go. Flip a coin. Either you
come up a winner or its gonna cost you bigger bucks. You decide, its
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