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Lot of the wires came off the on the back of the Heater

I have a Dayton gas heater model 3E366E that I used one time in the garage that is still hook up in the garage. But I have a problem with it cause all the wires are un done. Is there anyway you can send me directions so I can put all the wires back in the right place.So you know its not the wires from the house. Its the wires that are hook up from the manufacture. THANK YOU Have a nice day.

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  • Randy Oct 27, 2008

    I need the wiring diagram so I can hook the factory wiring back up, I have a Dayton Gas heater!


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We have a Dayton Unit Heater in the garage, gas. the wiring is a mess do you have schematics?

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Yes I fix my problem I had to throw it away cause it had a crack in the furnace. Thank you

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