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I need a diagram for how to connect the wiring parts for a commercial exhaust hood the hoods mark are LARKIN mark and the other one is CAPTIVEAIRE 1 of the hoods is 4 ft and the other 1 is 8 ft

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Google exhaust hood micro switch there are several diagrams.You want the exhaust to turn on and the make up air.electricial under the hood and the gas to turn off.

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