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Connecting C-wire to 1989 Forced Air Electric Heater

I have colored the "C" wire cyan, also a link wire and an unused terminal I suggest running a wire from the unused C terminal through to an unused space on the the barrier junction block. ...
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Connecting C-wire to 1989 Forced Air Electric Heater

Look closer. You have 24 Volt Transformer clearly labeled. On one side of it there is the C-wire and 24 volt coming out Two yellow wires. One goes to the R on the thermostat and other relays, the ...
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Replacing blower on furnace and it’s filled with water

I had a very similar problem a few weeks ago—furnace wouldn't run. There was water sloshing in the collector box (some kind of air manifold). Draining water out of the box through one of the hoses (...
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Connecting C-wire to 1989 Forced Air Electric Heater

I don't think that this has been clearly explained: In most thermostats (and according to this wiring diagram), the R wire is hot and provides power to the thermostat. The W wire goes through various ...
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Replacing blower on furnace and it’s filled with water

You need to determine where the water's coming from. Make sure the hose for the condensation isn't clogged and connected to the pan and draining correctly. If you have a humidifier, make sure the ...
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Several furnace vent returns, but only one filter?

What is pictured and probably the other grills with no filters are the service outlets where the heater air is blown into the room. The return duct ( where air is drawn back to the furnace. ) will be ...
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