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Old 02-27-2012, 09:27 PM   #1
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looking for picture of furnace wires coming from trailer wall

Hello,

I am trying to find the correct wires to attach to my new furnace. Old furnace was already missing so I'm not sure of these wires. Here is a picture, i have tested them and they are 120v. Can someone who has same model show me a pic of what it should be like....

thanks in advance,

paul
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Old 03-02-2012, 06:22 PM   #2
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Paul,
Mine had the furnace still installed when I bought it but I tossed it right away. My wiring is still in place though and I'll see about getting you some shots of it. I think I labeled it once I removed the furnace. I can tell you the darker fabric braided wire was to the thermostat. I know that because I also removed the entire interior and when I took down the wall/bulkhead where the thermostat was mounted that darker braided line went into the thermostat...AC was similar and on a separate circuit/thermostat. I'll see about sending photos tomorrow.
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What furnace did you buy to replace orginal, I have the original. Will try to post pictures. The only issue I see is that my furnace connects to a box that says "Bat +" and "Bat -", suggesting lower voltage connections.
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I just checked my wiring diagram and find that the furnace is fed from the low voltage distribution panel.
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Old 04-15-2012, 08:26 AM   #5
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The furnace will be 12 volt DC. Look for individual wiring coming out of the skin. If there is a white wire it will be the negative or common/ ground. The positive wire could be almost any color other than white. The thermostat could be wired with blue wires. How far is the furnace from the fuse panel? Maybe a PO removed the wiring. Look for a fuse holder that has nothing connected.
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