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Rick - I've sent the same (PDF file) link to some other people online and they were able to open it up with no problem at all..As long as they have Adobe reader installed.. So if you don't have that, it's a free download if you google search for it as free download adobe reader, or Adobe reader free download.
No doubt there will be other diagrams you will want to access in the PDF (adobe) format, so it should come in handy for you to have installed.
Please let me know if you decide to install it, and I will try re-sending the link .
Thank You - Marc
Hello Rick - The media fire seems to be similar to photo bucket, but I'm willing to try whatever might work - hope you can access these links..one of them is a photo of the junction box, and the other should be the pdf file (adobe) modine furnace diagram.
Thanks - Marc
Rick - The schematics seem a bit unclear, to a non-electricXXXXX XXXXXke myself..so I'd like to play it safe,, and try to avoid any guessing in regards XXXXX XXXXX
I'd like to use the 832 relay, since I already have it here, along with a 24 volt thermostat, so I won't have to go out and buy any parts.
Just so I know for sure, I have a few questions..I'll go through it wire-by-wire..
Red wire on modine to number 2 term on RA832 via 14 ga minimum wire (got it)
Black wire on modine to number 3 term on RA832 (Should I use 14 ga min for all?)
Green wire on modine (Does this connect to ground from breaker box or - ?)
Black and white wires from control valve and the two black wires from blower motor (where do all of these connect?)
(on the blower motor wires there is apparently no polarity, or is there?)
Rick - So if the three wires which lead inside the furnace unit connect to the limit switch, there is a red, a black, and a green (only) - but there is no blue wire anywhere. I'm wondering if this means that the same wire which is normally blue, is green on this furnace? Thanks..
Rick - It's supposed to be the correct diagram for all PA series Modines, so I'm stumped as to why the color coding is not identical.
If limit switches generally have three wires, (Do they usually?) and the first two are normally a red and a black, then chances are the green in this case is the same as the blue on most others.
It does, however, seem strange that they would ever put a green wire on anything which is not a ground .
If I chance it, and it's incorrect, I realize It might fry the limit switch, and I don't know how rare or expensive that part is for an obsolete furnace like this, so I'll have to deliberate on what my next move will be.
You've been very helpful, and I appreciate it very much.
Whatever I discover, I'll drop you a line and let you know.
Thanks very much - Marko 724