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Vogelzong sent me a transformer from 120v to 24v and thermosat from Honeywell. I did't recieve any instructions on how to wire it into my Norseman 2500 wood furnace.

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I don't have one and cant seem to locate one online. You will need to go to a dealer or call them again.

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Intermatic C8865 timer is a 5-hour cycle timer that repeats same cycle each 5 hour period.
This timer has 120Volt clock motor and is 120V timer.
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NO terminal turns ON when timer turns ON
NC terminals is ON all the time, except when timer turns ON. At this point NC terminal turns OFF.

You have 3 things: 120V timer, 120V honeywell transformer, 120V stoker motor/fan
The transformer needs to be ON at all times.
The stoker motor is going to turn ON when the cycle timer turns ON.

You have 120V cable with black wire, white wire (and bare ground, which connects to green ground screw and to other bare grounds and won't be discussed further)

Black wire is hot
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Black wire connects to 'Switch common terminal' on timer.
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Same wire connects to white wire on Honeywell transformer and to white wire on Stoker motor.
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Last wire is black wire to stoker motor.
This wire connects to NO terminals on timer.

Here is drawing.
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How to wire it


Hmm this is tricky it depends what kind of furnace you have etc....need more info but basically you supply 120V to the common connection(with the jumper) and from there you would run a wire L1 to the furnace motor from "Load" on the fan side....and the wire L1 from the "Limit" side will power the furnace transformer../..the Limit ios very important and must be wired correctly...I suggest you have an exspert install it
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