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Need wiring schematic for model# 397haw036080 Bryant furnace. unplugged harness to repair, lost paper, to put it back. thanks, chris

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  • cld5272 Oct 03, 2010

    i need the wiring harness diagram from the control board to the other components of the furnace(ie, gas valve, blower, ect...) Bryant model # 397haw036080. furnace is 28yr. old. thanks,chris

  • cld5272 Oct 04, 2010

    just need a diagram to be sure i get the wires from the harness in the right places before i turn it on. bryant furnace, model # 397haw036080 made in 1982. thanks

  • cld5272 Oct 04, 2010

    thank-you for getting back to me. if you can find a pdf file on it, that would be great. its my screw-up, but i cant afford service call. thanks again, chris

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That is going to be very difficult to find online, I am checking for you now, but I know for sure you can just request one from Bryant for free. You may want to just do that, but I will continue to search for it here for you. If you want Bryant's number it is 1-800-428-4326 and they can help you with this issue in the mean time.
Will keep looking though for you,
Tim

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    The call to Bryant would be free for sure, they can send you the PDF, so far it does not look like it's available online anywhere but still trying.



    Tim

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Hello,

I will advice you contact the dealer for the wiring schematic of your device. This is the best option that you can use to get the wiring schematic for your device.

Take care.

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