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Rewiring Fireplace Electrical Insert

Connector block disintegrated pretty much. I have a new connection block but need a wiring diagram for this unit. NDF-65N 120v 60hz 1500w. It has a heating element, lights and turning rod to simulate the fire. The heating works but the light will not come on. This is a Colorado Electric Fireplace QCM998-36

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    the unit will run on low but on high the the unit shuts off



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I looked up regular electral diagram for the different elements.

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This is some food for thought. The c305 connector carries the wiring for three major subsystems in your Rendezvous' overall electrical system, the fuel pump, evaporation system and all-wheel-drive. Though this part has been subject to water leakage due to the design of the vehicle, I believe it would be a much better idea to replace the terminals within the connector rather than replacing the entire device and hard-wiring the systems.

For one thing, it is entirely possible that hard-wiring could pose problems for your Rendezvous' diagnostic system because the rewiring might start throwing incorrect codes to a diagnostic reader because of a lost connection.

For another, it is also entirely possible that when you remove the c305 connector that the new hard-wired connection may not lay correctly and it might become a conduit for leakage. Indeed, that is one of the ongoing problems with the c305 connector. There have been a couple of service bulletins issued for various Buick models built in the 2003-2005 timeframe that cover the connector. The bulletins deal c305 issues such as corrosion caused by the design issue.

My suggestion -- and remember it is only my suggestion -- would be to replace the terminals within c305 and after it was all cleaned up and secure, pot it up with non-conductive, waterproof grease so that any potential leakage would no longer be an issue.

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