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  1. #14
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    Aug 2006
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    Heater issue

    Glennhvac:

    Without getting in to it, what a bout a spring wound timer ( 15 minute version ).

    It could be used to energize the CC, as it is rated for 230v, and you may even find one that handles the current.

    Just a thought -

    Freonguy CM
    Superheat and subcooling tell it all !

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by freonguy View Post
    Glennhvac:

    Without getting in to it, what a bout a spring wound timer ( 15 minute version ).

    It could be used to energize the CC, as it is rated for 230v, and you may even find one that handles the current.

    Just a thought -

    Freonguy CM
    I originally ran that idea past them. I have to agree that the device would not hold up to abuse plus everyone would probably crank it to max time no matter what. Thanks.

  3. #16
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    Don't forget that the time delay electronics has to work down to the outside design temp at the location without getting flaky; where I am the ODT is +14F.

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