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Old 11-29-2008, 07:04 PM   #1
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Power to roof vent fan

I just installed a fantastic fan today on my '67 Caravel. There were (2) low voltage wires feeding the location of the old roof vent fan. The electrical diagram in my owner's manual shows only (1) low voltage circut feeding to it.

Does anyone know where the power is going to after the roof vent? I thought maybe the range hood fan but that looks to be a different circut in the electrical diagram...

I guess I could figure it out by disconnecting, but I don't have low voltage hooked up yet and I am just trying to plan ahead for any curve balls....
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