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    air motor excilling wires


    hi every one
    i am installed a split uni ac but i found a wire that i didnt find a socket for it
    its name as i think air motor excilling wires
    so where i must connect it
    what is the utility of this wire



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    Re: air motor excilling wires

    Probably a secondary fan connector for alternate static pressure if ducted.
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    Re: air motor excilling wires

    Quote Originally Posted by stufus View Post
    Probably a secondary fan connector for alternate static pressure if ducted.
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    can you explain more please
    Last edited by frank; 16-04-2012 at 08:46 AM.

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    Re: air motor excilling wires

    If the unit is a ducted type it is common to have multiple connectors for the evap fan to allow for fan adjustments depending on the static pressure involved.

    Is the unit operating???
    Make??
    Model??

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    Re: air motor excilling wires

    thank u 4 u help
    i dont know the model of ac
    thanx

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