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    Wiring diagram for Ruud Silhouette

    Removed Blower assembly from this unit to repair blower motor brackets.

    Re-installed and it does not work. I've got power light's that come on the circuit board but not activity.

    I'm suspicious of a few wires but do not have a diagram to confirm.

    Can anyone post one?

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    Sorry, due to the no DIY rules, we are not allowed to post such things.
    Even if you are in the trade, its not allowed in the open resi forum.
    If your in the trade, get your post count up, and apply for pro membership. Then you can post in teh pro forums where technical questions can be answered.
    Including diagrams request.
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    Understood.
    Aside from the wiring diagrams, is there anything else I should be looking for.

    I'm very good at wiring (AC and DC) and mechanical repair.

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    If it ran before you took it apart.
    Look to see what wires you might have mislanded.

    other then that, you need a diagram, or a tech.
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    O.k....

    Got it working, sort of. The cover, diagraming various systems on the Electronic control board is differenc than the actual board itself.

    I got the AC working.

    However, I cannot find the home for the Thermocouple lead.

    It only has one lead. Is that normally a 24volt circuit? Any other ideas?

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    Sorry, no DIY.
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