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Old 12-06-2004, 09:31 PM
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Circulation pump for heaters

I am installing a circulation pump for my heater. Does anyone have experience in installing these? Did you install a seperate power switch (different from the toggle low/high switch)to run it only in the winter?

Can you tie it to the accessory toggle switch (where the fan speeds go) or is it too much power (another words, flipping the toggle switch powers the circ pump as well as running the fan at the heat exchanger)?
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Old 12-07-2004, 06:20 AM
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I've never done that, but do have a heater. Pls let me know how well it works & take/share pic's. If it works for you, I may end up doing this also. I almost did the "low speed heater adapter" from Heatercraft, but even at that, I've been told that heat at Idle isn't very warm. A pump may be just what the doctor ordered.

Good idea. Pls keep us posted.
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