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  1. #1
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    Time On-Time Off Fan Switch

    I am having no luck finding a replacement part with local parts suppliers. It's a dual fan/limit switch assembly. The limit control of it works fine. I had to jump the fan switch, so the blower runs constantly. Are there any other time type switches I could use? Can I modify the funace, ie. drill a hole into the heat exchanger box to place a temp. fan switch?

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    What brand is the fan limit.
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  3. #3
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    It has A1 Components and Zettler listed on it. The furnace is an Inner City Products.

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    Not familar wit that one.

    did you try Sid Harvey.
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  5. #5
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    that should be just an adjustable camstat fan and limit... measure the length of the probe and replace it with a fan and limit of the same length, I think this one had a seperate 24v heating coil built in? six wires or four?

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    United Refrigeration carries ICP
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    I have yet to try Sid Harvey. Been to Grainger and REMichels. This control has no temp sensing device, it is purely electronic. It does have 6 connection points.

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    try Johnstone?
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    Anyone think installing an adjustable snap disc fan control an option??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipswitch View Post
    Anyone think installing an adjustable snap disc fan control an option??

    NO
    get the part that is needed for the unit. Canging part with ones that were not ment to be there can be very dangerous

    sid arveys is also icp if memories severs and should have the part evn it it needs to be ordered.


    you will need the Model and Serial number from the unit in order to get the correct part

    you can also call a pro because most likely they will have it or the means to get it and save you in the long run

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