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Old 06-28-2008, 02:58 PM   #1
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Unhappy a/c wiring diagram

I have a 1968 Sovereign with an Armstrong Bay Breeze A/C. We need to replace the fan motor and we got one at Grainger. We went to hook it up and we are missing a wire. So we know someone has messed with it before us. We are needing to find out where the second speed wire is to hook up at. We are needing to find out what the wiring diagram is for this unit. If anyone can help please help us!!!!!!
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Old 06-28-2008, 04:20 PM   #2
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This is a little later, but it may help.
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Old 06-28-2008, 04:26 PM   #3
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I have a 1968 Sovereign with an Armstrong Bay Breeze A/C. We need to replace the fan motor and we got one at Grainger. We went to hook it up and we are missing a wire. So we know someone has messed with it before us. We are needing to find out where the second speed wire is to hook up at. We are needing to find out what the wiring diagram is for this unit. If anyone can help please help us!!!!!!
I will assume the original Armstrong AC is still on your trailer, which was a model TAC-110.

Many owners changed to a later version of your AC.

I will post a copy of the TAC-110 AC for you, but I cannot do it until Monday.

I would not suggest that you use any other schematic, except the one for your model.

If you do not have that model, please post which one you do have, and I will post the proper schematic.

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Old 06-28-2008, 05:13 PM   #4
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We do have the original a/c TAC-110-1. Thank you for helping.
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Old 07-01-2008, 06:43 PM   #5
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Mine was weathered away

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I will assume the original Armstrong AC is still on your trailer, which was a model TAC-110. ... I will post a copy of the TAC-110 AC [schematic] for you, but I cannot do it until Monday. ...
Andy,

I would enjoy seeing a schematic of the TAC-110.

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Andy,

I would enjoy seeing a schematic of the TAC-110.

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Sorry guys, I can't find the schematic.

If someone out there has a unit like that, the schematic is under the cover of the electrical box in the upper unit.

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Think "past tense"

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... the schematic is under the cover of the electrical box in the upper unit...
Thanks for looking, Andy.

I think most people are like me in that the schematic was under the cover until Mother Nature took her toll.

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Andy: I want to thank you for taking the time and looking. I hope I can find someone out there. It's ashame this company went out of business This is a every good unit and I plan to stay with it as long as the coils last!!!!


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Armstrong 110 wiring diagram

Here it is.
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