Intertherm electric furnace--is there a reset button anywher

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Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:54 am

My furnace quit working after a power outtage and I have tried and re-tried tripping and re-setting all the breakers a couple of times. I have shut all the buttons on the furnace off and back on as well.

My question is this: Is there a reset button on it somewhere? I have been unable to find one.

It is an Intertherm MAC 2460 No. A 878269 60,000 BTU/hr. 240 volts. I suspect it is original to the mobile (which would make it about 30 yrs.old) but I don't know for sure.

Any and all help greatly appreciated! It's cold where I live. I don't know much about repairs so I'm a beginner here.

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Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:46 am

First establish that it didn't blow out the transformer. Make sure you have 24VAC low voltage coming from LOAD/SECONDARY side of transformer.

Also check for any blown fuses in circuit. Then jumper one limit switch at a time to see if any of those are open.

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