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Im trying to bypass a buck stove thermostat that is no longer made. the thermostat that went bad is a control products part#p99001011 and is no longer sold. the blower motor is a fasco part#d1139 3 speed motor. from the wall plug I have a black , white, and green wire the green being grounded to the stove. to the motor I have a red,white, black, and blue wire available to hook up. my question is which of the plug wires (black, and white) do I hook to the motor wires (red,white, black, blue) to successfully bypass the thermostat and keep the motor on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need two switches. It sounds like the Electrician set up the junction box for two circuits(Lights and Fans). i say this because your supply has 4 wires, Red , Black, White and Bare. We may be able to oversome this with one Lutron Switch. Allow me to investigate, and I will be back.
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
glad you posted what colors you do have , cause 2 resources didn't match ,actually 3 , i did find a match to your colors was a 97 year model premium radio, so we have a match .....
black/ light green = ground
dark green = left front spkr +
purple = right front spkr +
blue/white = right rear spkr -
brown/blue = left rear spkr -
brown/yellow = left rear spkr +
blue/orange = right rear spkr +
black/yellow = park lamps
brown/red = left front spkr -
orange = dimmer signal
pink = fused battery +
green/red = radio choke relay
red/white = fused ignition
blue/red = right front spkr -
djmac62 is also an excellent answer
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Some one missed the wiring diagram. I believe its like this:
L1 = Line 1 = (Hot all are same thing)
Now usually the black is for AC and connects to a normally Open (NO) contact on the blower relay.
The heater speed (either red or blue) go the the normally Closed (NC) on the blower relay and on one side of this wire or contact on the relay it goes to the heating blower thermostat on the furnace.
The remaining wire (blue or red) you tape off.
L1 also feeds the Run Capacitor on 1 side and the Brown wire feeds the opposite side
The white wire is Neutral and goes to the neutral on the main line.
If this helps you please rate me accordingly and good luck.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
You need to connect the green and black wire to a ground. The other two wires got to the two hot wires from your power. It does not matter which ones are connected as long as the ground is correct.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
You have 4 wires coming out of the fuse box , one white , one bare, one black, one red, right? The fuse is a double pole, 220 volt, ?30?amp, guessing, and you are now wiring up to a 110 volt, motor which needs 20 amps, so, remove one wire from the breaker, red or black, shut it off first, pull the wire off, tape it and mark it what it was. leave the red wire on there, or the black, it doesn't matter, Now you have one hot, one ground, one neutral, hook them up to the pump, the box on the pump has screws, one silver, one brass, the brass is always hot, the colored wires are always hot, The silver screw is neutral, the white is neutral, always, and the ground wire goes to the ground screw, maybe outside of the box. You should be all set, tape off the old colored wire you didn't use and mark it . You might need it someday. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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