Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a weather king furnace that i recently replaced the transformer which doesnt have a fusible link to save it incase it wants to blow up. It also has a relay on it. the trans. has 2 primary power wires white and black and it also has brown red and black secondarys. now im the second person to put a transformer on this unit. the blower dosnt seem to be working right so im wondering if its wired right. the blower has a white wire that goes to a capacitor, a black one a green one and a brown one. which one goes to which?
On 120v units most likely will be white should be common,black should be hot,brown to capacitor, and green to ground transformer sounds to be wired correctly.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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