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If there is anytime to replace your electric furnace then it would be now. It is better to replace it while they are more affordable and not in high demand and when you have plenty of time to install it and fix any problems that it might have. The installation process for one of these units can be confusing if you do not know the proper way to do it.

For many of us it is just easier to call a professional that will come out and get the job done for us. After all they have the experience and the knowledge that is needed to install it properly the first time and hopefully without any problems that need to be fixed. The only thing that might keep us from calling someone is how much it can cost.

That is when we feel daring enough to be able to get the job done all on our own. But before you do this we want you to make sure that you know the proper way to do this. We have some much needed tips on the steps you should take when installing these units.

The first thing that you will need to do is to turn off the electricity that powers your old furnace. You should also disconnect all of the chords from the wall. Any of the chords that are build into the home and that need to be hooked up to the new furnace should be checked for wear and tear. Replace if needed.

When disconnecting the chords memorize where they went to and what they were for. That way when you replace the new one you can hook them up without putting them in the wrong spot. If the new furnace cannot use these chords then you will need to buy an adapter for them.

You will need to clean the area where the old unit was removed. After setting in the new electric furnace put everything back in and test it. It should be working properly at this point. If not then call the manufacturer and tell them all that you did. They will be able to tell you if you missed anything.

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