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him did you go with the 16 inch Spal 3000 cfm that was mentioned in another post, I think you helped someone in Oshkosh with the same set up as mine ?
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Does anyone know what wire runs to the hour meter ?
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I changed out my old furnace fan to a electric radiator one.

I’m looking for something to tap power from to switch my relay. I was looking to use the hour meter since that’s been recommended before, but I can’t figure out which wire that is.

Would using the fuel pump be ok, how much power does a relay draw don’t want to slow the pump ?
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I would Use the run solenoid and Wire the fan through a relay.
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I would Use the run solenoid and Wire the fan through a relay.
I am using a relay, pulling power off the battery.
I also installed a thermostat to go on at 180 off 175.

Is this the run solenoid ?
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Yes Sir, that's it.
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Yes Sir, that's it.
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