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post #16 of 115 Old 02-10-2011, 03:49 PM
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your package is in the mail if you need any help wiring it let me know I have a whopping 30 bucks into my setup (relays,wiring two switches and two surface temp switches) and it works great

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your package is in the mail if you need any help wiring it let me know I have a whopping 30 bucks into my setup (relays,wiring two switches and two surface temp switches) and it works great
Thanks so much, check is in the mail! When you get time throw up some pics of your fan wiring...
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Thanks so much, check is in the mail! When you get time throw up some pics of your fan wiring...
theres not much to see other the wiring loom but ill draw up a diagram sometime soon too
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theres not much to see other the wiring loom but ill draw up a diagram sometime soon too
I would love to see that diagram as well... I am just about to do this swap myself...
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Ned I'll be watching this.
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dont know if this will help but
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how I wired mine in
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dont know if this will help but
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how I wired mine in
Thanks so much! Anyone care to chime in?
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Ned I'll be watching this.
Great! Now I am scared!!!
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post #24 of 115 Old 02-12-2011, 04:40 PM
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Hey I wanna learn something Ned, forge right ahead.
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post #25 of 115 Old 02-12-2011, 04:54 PM
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nedmoore, looks like we're getting some good info here, I'm going to use contour's each fan on different t-stats

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I just a got countour fan set up free today, only problem is the wiring was cut off 3 inches coming out of it, what would be the simplest, easiest way to wire it, i would prefer to have it automatic but have a shutoff switch in case i ever did do a water crossing?

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I just a got countour fan set up free today, only problem is the wiring was cut off 3 inches coming out of it, what would be the simplest, easiest way to wire it, i would prefer to have it automatic but have a shutoff switch in case i ever did do a water crossing?
see above read the post above I think it was #21 its got a diagram its how i wired mine and they work great. low speed can be shut off high spped can be turned on, they both run low/ high off t-stats and high speed has an override to prevent accidental overheating
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Don't ask me! I am in Boston of all places! Give me a couple of weeks!
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i came across this in my searching the forum, do you think this kit would work? http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FLX-31165/?rtype=10 I am not good at understanding those diagrams. What does the r1 and r2 stand for lol Relay?

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post #30 of 115 Old 02-12-2011, 11:45 PM
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there are 3 relays you use 2 for the basic functions and the t-stat grounds the relay making contact then the em1 relay will kick high speed if I forget to flip the switch back on that kit might work if you dont know how to read the diagram above I would probaby shy away from doing that myself if I were you. Im by no means trying to put you down but If you but that kit it will have a wiring diagram that you have to follow just the same
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