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Old 11-28-2015, 05:48 PM   #11
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However, should all the power to everything, (control panel, fan) go down, if the thermal switch is tripped?
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However, should all the power to everything, (control panel, fan) go down, if the thermal switch is tripped?
I would need to see the wiring diagram but I would only expect the compressor to loose power due to a tripped thermal protector.
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And another question! Where (exactly) and how do you use a return air filter on this model?
(yes, a picture would be awesome!)
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