Problem with electric heat and A/c unit

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Old 11-15-17, 05:54 PM
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Problem with electric heat and A/c unit

It works fine on cool or heat problem is when we shut it off it still blows warm air any ideas
 
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Old 11-15-17, 06:59 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

We'll need more information than that.
Is this a heat pump system with electric backup heat ?
If not.... please describe what it is.

You posted in the thermostat section but it doesn't sound like a thermostat problem. You can remove the thermostat from the sub base to eliminate it.
 
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Old 11-16-17, 10:48 AM
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Problem with central heat and air unit

Sorry heres more info its a goodman 2 ton central heat and air with backup emergency heat when we click the thermostat off it still blows not like it was on but it is warm air. If we turn heat on it works fine and turn air on it works fine its when i shut the thermostat off is when it blows not with force or heat whem its on but still blowing
 

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Is there a fan selector for 'on' and 'auto'? If there is switch it from 'on' to 'auto'.
 
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Yes it already is on auto any other ideas?
 
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Old 11-16-17, 06:37 PM
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You electric furnace has a timer/relay called a sequencer. When activated it turns the fan on.... then the electric coil. When deactivated the electric coil is shutdown and then after cool down.... the fan is shut off. It probably needs replacement. Post the model number for the electric furnace/air handler.

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Thank you so much for help is it the model number of the outside unit your wanting? Iits GPH1330H41AC
 
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You have a packaged heat pump unit..... everything outside..... correct ?
If you are going to be working on it.... you need to know what you are working on.

Manual.... GPH1330H41.pdf

On that same ID tag.... see if there is an additional number, maybe written in marker, like 10-HKRC. That may use a time delay relay and not a sequencer. I need to find out what heat kit you have in there.
 

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Yes. Thank yoi for all the help so this manual will help my husband with what to do?
 
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I'm not sure if it will help him.... it may confuse him.
Those are somewhat complicated units to work on.
 
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Thank you very much for all the help let me check the stickers and see. I looked and it has a box with several lines with several of those lsted hk 5 10 and so on and boxes out to the side of them like they should of put an x in the box next to the one we have but they didnt ares does have a time relay delay ia there any possibility it could be a heat strip relay someone else mentioned that and when i looked up the ebtdr it shows like a circuit board with a fuse on it wanted to make sure this was the same thing as the ebtdr
 

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