Replacing temperature probe

capecod Posted By capecod, Jan 17, 2013 at 7:14 PM

  1. capecod

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    Hi, I have a Harman P68, and have figured out that I have to replace my temperature probe. Right now I have it on stove temp so the heat stays regulated. In room temp, I have 4 blinks..., sometimes a steady red light but the temp is not "true." Is iit easy to replace the probe myself? Thanks In advance, Marina
     
  2. tsmith

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    Yes, it is easy to replace, it is just 2 wires that plug into the back of the stove.
     
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    If the wires don't have connectors on the ends, have your dealer put them on for you.
     
  4. New Hampshire Jim

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    Room sensor 3-20-00906.

    Cats love chewing the ends of them. Kinda like crack for cats.

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    I'm thinking about extending my temperature probe as well. What do I need to make this happen? Thanks!
     
  7. New Hampshire Jim

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    2 male and 2 female connectors. length of thermostat wire. Sit down and figure where you plan to run the wire. My stove is in the corner of a 12x18 room. I ran the wire under the floor to the opposite corner of the room. When I set the stove at 70 deg. the probe will maintain 70 deg. plus or minus 2 deg. Your results may vary.
    Jim
     
  8. MacP

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    Where would I get the connectors?
     
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    Go to any hardware store or WalMart very cheap.
     
  10. MacP

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    I have a 14' cable and connectors... Can I use any temperature sensor at the opposite ends of the stove?
     
  11. MacP

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    I don't want to mess with the original temp wire... Just in case I screw this up.
     
  12. New Hampshire Jim

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    The Harman Temp probe has a male and a female connector on It .All you will be doing Is making a new wire lets say 14 feet long and lets say there are two wires in it one red and one black. Place one female connector on each end of the red wire Now place one male connector on each end of the black wire.Connect the male end from the temp probe to the female connector on the wire you just made Connect the female end from the temp probe to the male connector on the same end of the wire you made up. You now have a 20 foot wire with the temp probe on one end and a male and a female plug on the other end.Plug these into the stove and VOLA it works
    Jim
     
  13. MacP

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    Thanks Jim! I appreciate the explanation that you posted. It's plugged in and it seems to be working. No blinking lights. And the fire is going.
     

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