E2EB - 015HB Element help

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Hank_322
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Location: Texas

Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:54 pm

NORDYNE E2EB - 015HB Serial Number: E2E01 1007067
My furnace quit putting out heat four years ago and I found one of the elements had burned out.
At that time I had two elements,one being a double element and the other a single element with
jumper wires going between them.My mistake was not taking a pic of the wires at that time.A man fixed it but he changed everything and replaced the double elements with a single and not the correct type I don't believe.He put a plate to cover where the other element went and I have no idea what he did with the jumper wires.I believe there was a red and a black jumper wire.
Can you tell me what element or elements my furnace needs so I can fix it properly ?.
Thank you
Hank_322


DaleM
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Thu Nov 14, 2013 11:05 pm

This is a tough one. Another tech was in there and made some changes to the unit. Wiring may be missing. I can look up the model and get you the right part numbers for both elements but wiring them in could be challenging.

Hank_322
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Joined: Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:40 pm
Location: Texas

Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:56 pm

Dale,I would appreciate your help in getting the right part numbers. I have been busy and a man told me the heat kits that actually go in there are 6 kw each not 5 kw.By putting in 3 heating elements I would have 18 kw not 15. I know my furnace is rated at 15 kw but maybe it takes a little higher rated element due to voltage drop ?. I'm not fixing this myself and if it wasn't for the AC sitting on top I would upgrade to a newer heater.
Any help in getting the right elements would be a great help and I would greatly appreciate it.
Hank_322

DaleM
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Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:12 pm

Hank, the part numbers I find are Nordyne pt# 902818, that is the upper 5KW element, and Nordyne pt# 902821, that is the lower 10KW element. Hope that helps you out.

Hank_322
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Joined: Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:40 pm
Location: Texas

Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:46 pm

Dale, That is the configuration I remember my furnace was when the element burnt out a long time ago.It was the bottom double element that burned out and I thought I had taken pics of the wiring on the elements but I cant find them if I did.
Thank you for those numbers.I need to call and order those elements soon.
Hank


DaleM
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Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:50 pm

Hank there are wiring diagrams online. just do a bit of searching and they will show up.

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