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Old 03-20-2013, 05:55 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by stickboy1375 View Post
You can go wrong that way, you can cost someone a lot of extra aggravation, money, and time. Its just bad advice to give out incorrect advice.
Which is exactly what you COULD give if you don't pinpoint every single location, research their code cycle, and meet their inspector. I would much rather give (and get) CURRENT information. And their time, aggravation and money is of distant secondary concern.

Teach the latest and greatest. It is not possible to be wrong that way.


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Old 04-30-2017, 11:45 AM   #17
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Re: Wiring large In-Line Bathroom fan for 2 bathrooms?

Originally Posted by Ocelaris View Post
So I called Lutron, and their support was very good, and very quick to get me to help. The tech said that I could not wire two of these countdown timers in parallel, but that I would have to use an Accessory switch, MA-AS with the MA-T51-MN countdown timer. He said that if you hit the accessory switch, it would do the countdown timer function... so if the master switch is set to 30 minutes, hitting the accessory switch would run the fan for 30 minutes. The Accessory switch is only $25 so that's not terrible.
I'm wondering how this method turned out?

I know it's been a long time (I need 15 posts to PM the OP so I need to bump this or start a new thread)...

I'm looking to do this same thing and need to know what options I'd have and what wiring scheme to use.

Due to how quiet these remote in-line fans can be I don't want to use 3-ways. So this timer/accessory method seems promising.


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