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How to use a hartford series 80 wood heater?

Dont know how to adjust fan speed?

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SOURCE: Fan capacitator size for Saxon 500 wood heater

The size is generally on the case of the capicator and is writtten in mfd or a kind of ufd or uf (the U stands for micro) F and FD = farads. The voltage rating is important but not nearly as mich as MFD. The voltage rating is how much voltage the capicator can stand before becoming critical. This capicator is usually mounted on the exterior of the motor.
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