Damper Actuator Crank Timer - SETON

JMann Posted By JMann, Sep 11, 2013 at 9:50 AM

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  1. JMann

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    In one of my past threads I brought up the topic of closing the damper during a low temp point so that it would preserve coals. One person responded that they make this happen by using a crank timer on the damper.

    -Anyone have a link, photo, or idea of where to look at or purchase one of these? I have searched the web to no avail...
     
  2. Quincy

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    Hi Jmann sorry for not catching the thread ,lifes getting pretty busy right now.The timer is an Intermatic timer the same style used for bathroom exhaust fans just a longer time delay.I use the 12 hour one so I only crank it half way around easier on the spring they cost me about 40 bucks.Your local electrical supplier should be able to order them.Search for Intermatic timer on the Internet that should get you there.
     
  3. JMann

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    Great - thanks for getting back to me.
     
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