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I have a Nordyne model GQ3RD-042K tHE CIRCULATING Fan is connected to the heat side 80 amps. I want to change to the A/C side 40 amps How do I do this. I have a wireing digram for this unit but do not under stand how to accomplish this.Can Anyone Help me.

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  • mike bare May 11, 2010

    the fan is connected to this side so that it will come on any time that the heat is on is still only pulls about 3 amps in cooling mode if you have a digital stat it brings in the fan automatically the fan may be controlled by stack type switch that has a built in delay why the change needed? thanks



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