I have a manufactured home with a E2EB-017 HB Furnace. This unit has been a nighmare since I moved in here. The latest headache was the drain hose became dislodged from the drip pan. The condensation ran all over the circuits. Currently the unit will not start up at all. I have checked all the breakers (main panel & inside). I have tried to run just the fan, by switching it to FAN-ON and nothing happenes. I removed the blower fan / capacitor. There are no reset buttons on the motor. The capacitor appears to be fine both in apperance and by using a multimeter (appears to charge & discharge when reading it in ohms). The main relays were soaked as well, but they have been dried out. Readings on them appear to be fine. Although the main contactors appear a little charred, nothing looks out of the normal. Besides, if I am correct, the main contactors are mainly used for supplying power to the heating elements, and therefore would not be used when using AC. If I am wrong, please correct me. This leaves me with basically 3 items left. The transformer, the sequencer, & the thermostat. The transformer appears clean, and I dont think it got much water on it. The sequencer was soaked. Using a meter I can read the relays and nothing appears to be stuck (ie NC is closed, and NO is open). So this leaves me where I am at the moment. My question is this: If I turn on JUST the fan from the thermostat, does it bypass the sequencer ? I have an electronic thermostat, and can not remove the cover to check voltages without basically unplugging it. The controls sandwitch to the junction box with male prongs. I'm still leaning that the sequencer may be bad, but am totally lost at this point. ANY input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance !!