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7284 primary control with power vent

RayH
RayH Member Posts: 80
How is the new 7284 primary control connected with a power vent?

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  • hotpipe
    hotpipe Member Posts: 24
    i like to wire the powervent

    To break power to the oil valve if the burner in question is equipped. You can wire to break the power to the motor, although a relay may be required to isolate the circuit and prevent short cycling.
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  • RayH
    RayH Member Posts: 80
    7284

    Are you connecting L1 to the Limit?
  • hotpipe
    hotpipe Member Posts: 24
    L1 to burner goes to L1 on control

    Limit to the burner is from your limit, allows for a post purge on reaching limit or at the end of cycle. What power Venter is it?
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  • RayH
    RayH Member Posts: 80
    7284

    I have 4 wires coming into the primary from the power vent. I believe the wires are to be junctioned together some how. In coming power is connected to L1. Should I also connect the limit from the primary to the L1 ?
  • hotpipe
    hotpipe Member Posts: 24
    in general

    There is an L1 to the primary, L2 to the primary, power up to powervent control(usually from motor lead on primary) and power back from powervent control to the motor. If this is unfamiliar, a visit from a professional may be in order. There are different variables to each system, it is hard to cover them all over the net.
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