Harman XXV Distribution Blower

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by jgruetz3, Dec 19, 2010.

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  1. Lousyweather

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    you might need to jiggle it after you get the screws out, especially if its never been removed.....about the only maintenance you can do with the distrubutuin fan is pull the dust and hair out of it......
     

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  2. cantman

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    Mike in PA- You may need to slightly pry the steel flange around the edge of the fan to get it loose. I'll usually take a screwdriver and hammer and work on it until it comes lose. I have the exact same stove as you.
     
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    This thread is a little old but I need help with this replacement blower. Does anyone know the correct color wires to connect to the tab connectors on the new blower? I am missing the instruction sheet and have spend a couple of hours searching but can't find it. Maybe someone who has replaced this fan has the instruction sheet?

    The new fan has three tabs labeled "1", "2", and "3". The old fan has three wires, White, Red, and Blue. Which color goes to which number?

    Part number of new fan is 3-21-29045 (since replaced by current part number 1-00-29145)

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    white to 1
    blue to 2
    red to 3
     
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    Thank you
     
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    I run mine on high 24/7. Three years and no problem yet.
     
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    Hi. We are running into the same problem. Mine also has a green wire. Is this just a ground? The black/blue and white wire were together on the direct wired blower, but we bought a newer one with prongs. This helps with those colors, but where does green go?
     
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