Goodman/janitrol airhandler electrical schematic

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Goodman/janitrol airhandler electrical schematic

I need a wiring diagram for a Goodman 5 ton air handler. The serial #0009497989. Model #A-60-20 , made in year 2000.Either photos of the inside wires to show where each wire is connected to the 3 sequencers, transformer, 4 heating coils etc., or a readable photo of the electrical schematic located inside the front panel at the blower motor would be excellent. I appreciate any help.Thanks, and have a good day. Jack E.
 
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hello PJmax, I really do appreciate your attention to my problem.The diagram you sent certainly does help some but it does not show the third sequencer wiring.I have 2 sequencers with 2 switches each and 1 sequencer has 1 switch.Would you have any knowledge on how to wire the 3rd sequencer?
 
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No direct knowledge but I will keep checking.
 
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Thanks,appreciate your time and input. I have never been on a forum like this and it is really satisfying to see that strangers are willing to give their valuable time and knowledge to try and help others.
 
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No problem... Kevin (HVACtech) will probably be stopping by. He may have the print you're looking for.
 
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This is going to be hard to track down. Goodman has all old equipment literature off their website and including in secure pages.
 
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Old 01-19-13, 05:34 PM
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It is no small feat getting replacement heat strips for the older Goodman units that factory shipped with these heat strips.

While it may not help, the strips have a model number that you might try looking up. This A43-10 example has a 10374 - 58 strip.



This rusty old thing had 1 inch sparks shooting from the lower left 5/32 nut on the strip. 2 hours to get the part and 10 minutes to install.
 
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