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Old 01-14-2012, 11:26 AM   #16
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TRANE HVAC breaker turning off


the resistance heat should be on top of the airhandler or in the supply duct run out just off the air handler..or within it....if your tripping a breaker from that supply fan motor the heat has to be on the motor casing...115V wire bouncing out after 3 hours is kind of a fluke....and tripping a breaker....note also if the breaker trips do not reset with the heat fan calling all off then restart....if it was a dead short when switching it on the breaker would trip ...heat is tripping the breaker....



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