Question about Fahrenheat FFH1615 Heater
I need to install a used fan forced room heater. I don't know the correct wiring sequence to my power source. It is a 240/208 volt. It has two loose black wires, one from the temp control and one from the fan motor. also, a green wire that connects to the fan motor. No loose white wires visable.
You can be assured that the element is 240 volt. The fan motor is also rated at 240 volt. the wires you have black - black are the connections you make to the line. Use a 12/2 with ground. Use a double pole 20 breaker in your panelbox. The green wire is the equipment ground - connect this to the bare wire from the 12/2. On the 12/2 cable - there will be two colors, one black and one white. Wrap a couple of turns of black tape on the white wire both at the heater location and on the white in the panelbox. connect the 12/2 to your 2 pole breaker, the black wire and the taped white to the breaker.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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