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Old 09-15-2011, 07:55 PM   #16
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:19 PM   #17
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Thanks...I have both (all) of these...now which connector on the Heatcraft matches the connector on the Lennos?
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omg!!!!!!! I cant do this, someone else take over! DOC?! This guy sounds right up your alley!
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:26 PM   #19
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omg!!!!!!! I cant do this, someone else take over! DOC?! This guy sounds right up your alley!

Ha! I was just going to tell you good luck! And what do you mean right up my alley, he cleans condensing coils too?
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:40 PM   #20
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Alright guy, you have high speed on cool and low on heat. Those are called speed taps, the wires coming from the motor. You'll have either one or two exra extra wires in that bundle as you can change speeds for these two functions.After you've used high on cool and low on heat you simply "park" the rest in the available spaces provided marked "park". Red, blue, black and whatever other color is there ar ethe speed wires in question. You also need on one on the fan terminal so you should only have one extra speed to "park".

On the motor itself it will tell you which wires are high and medium high and so on. I hope you wrote down which wire you removed before hand..

usually your black high voltage wire coming in to the board (high voltage electrical wire coming into the unit) you put on the terminal hot and the other wire, usually the white or neutral, you put on neutral.

Control wiring: I need to know how it's hooked up (what color wire is connected to what terminal) in the thermostat as they need to match on the control board but usually it's yellow or blue on the Y terminal, red on the R terminal, white on the W terminal and green on the G terminal on both ends, the control board and the thermostat.

Check the stat first and then wire in the control voltage on the board.

Thiose wiring harnesses can only be installed one way.
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:52 PM   #21
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That blower motor will also have a white neutral to be connected on neutral on the board.

You should also have two brown wires which are seperate from the speed taps that connect to a capacitor. one of those browns will have a thin white stripe running the length of the wire.

it does not matter which side you connect each of those brown wires to on the capacitor as long as one is one each side.
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The capacitor wires you probably haven't touched as it's not the blower motor you've replaced but the control board and those wires only go from the motor to the cap and are not a part of the board. If you have not touched those to begin with then you need not concern yourself with those.
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Also the wires colors need to match :
Red-Red
Black-Black
and so on..............
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Crimping tools will help to connect the connector that does not match....it's just matter of force
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So much for plug and play....
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Thanks for all your help. I haven't disconnected anything but the main power. I am off to work today, so tomorrow will be the day I do this project. I appreciate all your help and advice.

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