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What wires on the blower are power need to know what colors to hook up to run 120w

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White is common and the other color s are the speeds. ie white and black would be high speed , white and red would be low speed, white and blue would be medium speed

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The wires to your blower are connected at the control board. To hook up a 120V to the furnace, on this model, is located on the left hand side of the burner section. There is a black and white wire in a small 2"x 3" box. The control board selects which wire to power the motor depending on what mode you are in.

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