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What you need to do is look under the units cover and see if you can find a part that has two wires going to it that has a red button. If you find it, push the button, and you should be back in business. If there is not one then you will need to know how to read schematics. There is a schematic of the electrical wiring on the inside of one of the cover panels. All units are required to have one. From that you can trace the unit down using the wires, and color codes.
If you do not know how to read schematics then you can take a picture of the diagram, and I can tell you how to upload it to our servers. I can then trace out the appropriate wires, and tell you how to trace the item down. A picture of the unit with the covers off would be very helpfull.
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Ok I have indicated the wires you need to trace down to find the limit switch. Unfortunatly yours is not resetable, and if it is not working properly will need to be changed. The good news is you can get one that you can reset, and install it in place of the non resetting one.
fyi MLRS is short for Manual Limit Reset Switch they are optional on your unit (the big X)
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Ok You do not have 4 of them just the one. If you had 4 you would have found 3 reset buttons. One on each of the MRLCs. As i said before MRLC stands for manual reset limit switch. These have red buttons to reset them manualy with. They are not attached to the board, they are at the opposite end of the wireing harness.
nd you should be able to get them at any heating and airconditioning supplier. Just look in your local yellow pages under heating and A/C.
Let me know if you have any more questions.
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No problem, Here is a hybred of the schematic ans the photo. I cant tell if that is a 9 pin or not but I think that is the connector. I highlighted the wires that come out of it with the proper colors. All you have to do is find a connector that matches the wire colors as indicated and you can trace them from there.
BTW the limit switch is not on the circuit board. It will be behind the cover on the upper half of the unit on the fire box.
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yup I would have to agre with him. As for a nipple there isnt one on the square one but your probably right about the one at the top. you can easily tell just look for a common wire inbetween them. They will be wired in series as in the electrical diagram. You dont necessarily have to have all 3 MRLSs' you may only have the one. Or you could have two.
As for the restrictive ducting. If it is in fact restricting the flow then I would have it checked for possibly being undersized, and then go after the installers to correct it. But it could just be the filters also. Clean air is a good thing. I personally have never put much stock in the superscrubber filters myself. I figure that if you clean the things your body uses too much it wont be able to fight the nasties when they do attack.
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