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Dayton fuel trimmer 3e438a fan limit control

LOOKING FOR A FAN LIMIT CONTROL FOR A 3E438A /H550-94941 DAYTON FUEL TRIMMER UNIT.

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SOURCE: furnace fan runs costantly

Check to see if fan setting is summer or winter.

Posted on Feb 05, 2012

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