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HKevin

HKevin

Joined on September 10, 2013

Last Post on October 26, 2013

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Big thanks to Paul!

@ October 26, 2013 3:13 PM in How to wire duct fan to Carrier 58MVC100-20 furnace?

Paul,

Thank you for confirming the wiring. I thought I had it right but wanted to verify before running off and doing it.

Things are running smooth and I have a warm room now :)

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@ October 25, 2013 1:41 PM in How to wire duct fan to Carrier 58MVC100-20 furnace?

Anyone able to confirm?

Thanks in advance!

Ready, believe I know the answer but want to confirm..please help

@ October 22, 2013 5:57 PM in How to wire duct fan to Carrier 58MVC100-20 furnace?

I have wired up one of my fans as was listed. (EAC-1 and EAC-2) I now want to wire the second fan and a relay (I finally got around to buying the relay) and want to confirm the wiring connections.

I bought a 5 pin, 120V relay - White Rodgers 90-294Q. (see attached picture)

I believe that what I want to do is:

Pin # 1 - Connect the EAC-1
Pin # 3 - Connect to EAC-2 AND neutral to fan
Pin # 2 - Connect to Black Wire (Hot) Coming into Furnace
Pin # 4 - Connect to Hot Wire out to Fan

Is this right? Please let me know the right way to connect this to the furnace listed in this post.

Thanks in advance,
Kevin

Quick question regarding this

@ September 10, 2013 5:36 PM in How to wire duct fan to Carrier 58MVC100-20 furnace?

I have an Carrier infinity furnace as well and have the same control board. I can easily hook up the fans to the board but I have 2 fans each at .35amps. (still under the 1amp max)

Is it safe to go ahead and tie in on the EAC1 and EAC2 being at .7amps or should I do a relay just in case? If I should do a relay can you point me to the right one? (I can wire it but not sure which to buy)

Thanks in advance!