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    RUBBER PLUG

    you know the one True uses to plug the condensing unit into. Well it was cooked so I had to eliminate it. Does True somehow have a replacement for that gizmo ? It's got the power,to evaporator fan,to temp. control then on to relay. Ends up at the outlet for the plug. All built into one rubber wad. I cut the bad wad in half just to double check it's configuration. It was as I expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    you know the one True uses to plug the condensing unit into. Well it was cooked so I had to eliminate it. Does True somehow have a replacement for that gizmo ? It's got the power,to evaporator fan,to temp. control then on to relay. Ends up at the outlet for the plug. All built into one rubber wad. I cut the bad wad in half just to double check it's configuration. It was as I expected.
    One I had there were unused or spots that crossed over can't remember but unlatched the pin and socket and replaced into a different spot in the plug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    you know the one True uses to plug the condensing unit into. Well it was cooked so I had to eliminate it. Does True somehow have a replacement for that gizmo ? It's got the power,to evaporator fan,to temp. control then on to relay. Ends up at the outlet for the plug. All built into one rubber wad. I cut the bad wad in half just to double check it's configuration. It was as I expected.
    True has a replacement "power cord." It's pretty simple to replace. You could also look at the wiring diagram and remove that junction. It is fairly simple.
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