[DML] Re: Fan Speed Overload
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[DML] Re: Fan Speed Overload

If you still have the OEM circuit breaker for the fan installed  - 
replace it. That will probably fix the issue. The original OEM CB's, 
over time, build up resistence in the connections or the connections 
loosen (they have a funky pressed connection) and create too much 
heat thereby causing them to trip early.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dadoc2791" <gekko@...> wrote:
> I have replaced all fuses and relays at the fuse block with new 
> I have replaced my fan motor and speed control resistor array.  The 
> works great at all speeds, in all modes.  The one issue I'm finding 
> that when I run the fan on high (#4), after about 5 minutes, it 
> off.  It remains off for about 3 minutes and comes back on again.  
> will then run for about 5 minutes and quit again.  It seems as 
> there's an overload breaker that cuts it out and when it cools, 
> back up again.  It only does it on high speed.  On any lower speed 
> will run continuously all day.
> Ideas?
> Craig Werner
> 07181

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