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Old 01-08-2017, 03:09 PM  
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Trying to get the video I took on here. LOL. Hope this is it. Let me know if you can see it or not. And also, thanks again to you guys for the help, especially you neal!

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I am not getting a video, and I will let someone that knows help with the wiring.


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yeah, i set the video to where only i can see it. i'll change my settings to public so you can click on the link and it should show up. let me know if you can see it or not. and neal, you have been great through all of this!
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yeah, i set the video to where only i can see it. i'll change my settings to public so you can click on the link and it should show up. let me know if you can see it or not. and neal, you have been great through all of this!
Did you say you had changed the control board and which two wires are giving you that spark, and that spark does not blow the 3 amp fuse?
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I found this at
https://quizlet.com/77564403/unit-61...t-flash-cards/
An electric furnace that runs continuously, regardless of the thermostat setting probably has?
A stuck sequencer.
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An electric furnace that does not operate, regardless of the thermostat may have?
A bad sequencer coil.
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I finally got around to getting a brand new control board and hooked it up and still getting a spark when jumping the R (hot wire) & W (call for heat) spots on the thermostat connections on the control board. And the R & Y (Call for cold) still works ok; ie, blower motor starts.

And to answer an above question, yes it does blow the fuse.

I'm ready to throw in the white towel on this and call an expert. Better start saving some money before summer hits! LOL
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Just a random thought, but are the other ends of those wires hooked up to the right terminals? If the other end is cross wired, you would see sparks when you make contact at this end.
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I have pondered the same thing. But I have horrible news. Last week, we lost our house to a fire. We were not home, but our dog Hogan passed away. We may never figure out the solution. I want to thank you all again for your patience and time you took to help me.
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Sorry for the loss of the home and especially the dog we know they are family members.

Will you covered by insurance?


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