Question about Dayton (2C373) Fan
I have a Dayton attic fan that is running backwards. It is 110. How do I reverse it?
If the fan blade is on properly, then you probably have the wiring reversed. If you connect a line from motor to red box wire, and other motor line to black box wire, it will turn clockwise. If you reverse the wiring it will turn counter-clockwise ;-)
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
Look at the blades. The flatest edge is the lead edge. If it isn't running backwards, turn the fan around.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
First see if the switch has a reverse position. Sometimes you turn the fan assembly in the frame, sometimes you turn the whole frame around. Take the cover off the wiring compartment to see if there are instructions there. Also check on the name plate on the motor, there may be instructions there. Attic fans are usually engineered to blow out.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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