RE: [DML] FanZilla versus the Ebay competitor for Fan Controller Idle St
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RE: [DML] FanZilla versus the Ebay competitor for Fan Controller Idle Stall

What could do more damage? After over 200 proven units the 12 gauge wire
started to heat up and would do less damage vs a hot wire that is coming
thru the wiring loom and will and can melt wires next to it and cause the a
short plus all the mess of melted wires associated with it.
Pulling power from the battery in the shortest way is always better than
coming thru the wiring loom with 60 amps of current. If you don't like the
wires placed in the box then you can drill a small hole in the bottom of the
relay box and put in a feed thru connector direct to the battery. That would
be bullet proof. We have the feed thru connections if any one would want to
add this feature.
John Hervey
Home of The Proven Fan Fix



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Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 4:15 PM
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Subject: RE: [DML] FanZilla versus the Ebay competitor for Fan Controller
Idle Stall


Martin is right in this case.  It also had leds for testing,  but there
really pointless.  Running a power lead directly to the battery over a
painted, grounded, relay box doesn't seem to be the best idea to me.  Rob
Grady is now selling a box which is the closest to the fanzilla, and a
little cheaper as well.


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