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 Posted: Thu Oct 8th, 2009 04:21 pm
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Just got a hanging fan for my workshop: Reznor xl 170, current model number is f-165

 

I have read the manual available at rezspce.com. This is for the newest mondle with spark pilot.

 

I have an older version with gas pilot.

 

It also has a basic gas valve, only two wire connections: "ITT General Controls."

 

 

A wiring box is attached to the back of the fan motor housing, with a transformer attached to one end of the box.

 

Wires and connection:

 

 black  yellow  red  ::: attached to 2 sensors in the furnace, black connected to both

 

 Tan    white        ::: motor

 

 black  white        ::: transformer

 

 screws  2           ::: transformer

 

 screws  2           ::: gas valve

 

 

 

This is how I figger it should be wired:

 

The 2 transformer screws, through a thermostat (in series , one side), to the gas valve's 2 screws

 

AC

 

  black  :: connect to:  black to the sensors

       

  white  :: connect to:  white motor   and white transformer

 

 

sensors (I am assuming the larger black sensor is the fan control switch)

 

  black  (hot)                  :: connect to:   AC black

  yellow (sensor: heat limit)   :: connect to:  white transformer  

  red    (sensor: fan control)  :: connect to:  tan  motor            

 

 

Am I correct?

 

Jesse

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