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05-11-14, 03:16 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

well I ended up taking the drywall down anyhow as...

well I ended up taking the drywall down anyhow as it was too old to work with, so all was well. made installing the insul easier, it seems to have enough ventilation using the 3 1/2 thich r13, no...
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Late response, but have you checked your intake...

Late response, but have you checked your intake gaskets for a leak?
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Thanks Cheese, guess I should have updated,...

Thanks Cheese, guess I should have updated, thought I did, but yes I had figured it out one day. Just studied the circuits and it made sense to plug that tube with something cause it was drawing fuel...
11-04-12, 05:32 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

After looking around some more for parts I found...

After looking around some more for parts I found a sequencer with the right timings for the first stage (the one I have the numbers for) 1-20 on and 40-110 off. So I guess what I really need to know...
11-03-12, 05:57 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Goodman pco42 with a HK15 heat kit need help with a sequencer finding part pleas

Hi all been awhile, I have eaten up a few sequencers and have never really found an exact match to the ones that came with unit. I have been plaqued with problems from the start but that is cause I...
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Views: 97,250
Posted By 5dollaralien

Install it on the bottom auger, the bottom auger...

Install it on the bottom auger, the bottom auger does not regulate anything, the top one does, so maybe that would work best to keep your settings the same.
Maybe with it spinning almost twice as...
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Posted By 5dollaralien

sounds like maybe the motor is not on the shaft...

sounds like maybe the motor is not on the shaft far enough, not sure if it would matter though. Mine was flush, so that is where I always put it back to.
01-23-11, 03:17 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

I jumped the high voltage, the fan started right...

I jumped the high voltage, the fan started right up. I read continuity/resistance across the heater portion of the fan relay but it seems to change all the time so could not get a good reading, and...
01-22-11, 05:57 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

No I did not check for that, when I jumped it the...

No I did not check for that, when I jumped it the fan started, so there must not have been voltage there. I hope I understood you correctly.. I just replaced this relay last summer/fall when I was...
01-22-11, 08:37 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Fan question goodman pco42

Hi,
The unit is a pco42 conventional with electric heat strips. My problem which I just have noticed is that the fan works with the heat like it should but if I turn just the fan on either through...
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Did this happen right after changing the board?...

Did this happen right after changing the board? if it did then your settings might have to be changed. ring back and I can look at my settings and let you know, I just do not remember now what mine...
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Well probably what I had, I think it was the...

Well probably what I had, I think it was the white graphite grease, whatever it was is still working. I need to clean my stove soon but I do not use it much only when it gets real cold. I did use it...
01-15-11, 03:04 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

I just at the end of the year bought windows for...

I just at the end of the year bought windows for the entire house, I measured exactly how Home Depot/ American Craftsman/Andersen said to...At 3 places top to bottom and side to side taking the...
01-14-11, 04:45 PM
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Views: 5,259
Posted By 5dollaralien

I have another question about this unit that has...

I have another question about this unit that has been bothering me, it is about how these electric strips are wired. If I need to post it in another place just let me know.

The first thing is that...
01-14-11, 03:58 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,096
Posted By 5dollaralien

Ok, I will leave it be. I started another thread...

Ok, I will leave it be. I started another thread about the breaker failing. Just wondering how I could make this thing more efficient.
01-13-11, 04:53 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

thanks all I took it to work and showed it to...

thanks all
I took it to work and showed it to one of our resident electricians and he said wow that's an older one he had not seen in awhile, he checked with some people he knew and I have one...
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Posted By 5dollaralien

hec, I had two go in the first season I used my...

hec, I had two go in the first season I used my stove, both were covered under warranty but I questioned the sales rep and he said they are a off the shelf production motor and sometimes you get some...
01-13-11, 03:14 AM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

yeah it is held in the panel inside the package...

yeah it is held in the panel inside the package unit with 4 screws with a clip, sorry bout the bolt in thing but essentially it is held in place with 4 screws. It has on the right side two terminals...
01-12-11, 05:10 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

really! that would be great I just removed the...

really! that would be great
I just removed the spade terminals and see now that it might be more common..it was the spade terminals that I did not see anywhere. So the numbers do not have to match...
01-12-11, 04:50 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

Help! need a 60 amp breaker- where do I get this one?

Hi,
came home today to find the pellet stove going and the wife says the heat quit working??? after doing a few checks decided to go out and check things out. I found that the 60 amp 2 pole breaker...
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Posted By 5dollaralien

If you can see the items you might be able to...

If you can see the items you might be able to fish them out with a wire shaped like a hook or something. but when you do you might dislodge the other things and they might fall further down.
what...
01-08-11, 06:05 AM
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Views: 1,096
Posted By 5dollaralien

Goodman PCO-42a fan speed?

Hi,
my heater is running good now from the problems I had from a previous thread, but am wondering if my fan speed is too fast. I moves alot of air and has quite a bit of pressure at the vents. the...
01-08-11, 05:30 AM
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Views: 7,265
Posted By 5dollaralien

Hi all, just wanted to say that I work for...

Hi all,
just wanted to say that I work for MW/plygem windows in Rocky Mount VA. I do not build windows but extrude the vinyl for them. Vinyl windows from bigger name brand manufacturers are all made...
01-05-11, 04:02 PM
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Posted By 5dollaralien

mine fell apart also, but I fixed mine and then...

mine fell apart also, but I fixed mine and then eventually bought new but could not find exact part number matches. I found mine on the bay for alot less than retail, but I am sure someone here can...
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