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  1. #14
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    Don't you just hate acronyms sometimes. I thought the same thing with the windings.

    Are using a BAYSENS019C for thermostat control or conventional thermostat, or like Mallron asked EMS?

  2. #15
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    I was all excited we when I started reading. We have a string of 5 units on a 50+ RTU facility that run inducers for no apparent reason. Then I saw indoor fan motor

  3. #16
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    Freightshaker the inducer windings sound like they are shorted between Hi and Lo speed.
    What is the Model Number and serial Number. There is a bulletin on this.

    Here is the repair lit info No.
    The Combustion Fan Motor Lit: RT-SVN17A-EN Dated February 20011

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