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    trinary switch on top of drier for electric fan

     



    Can anyone tell me if i HAVE to have this trinary switch, i have vintage air, With a chrome drier,It has a 2 wire switch on the top of it Is this the trinary switch?"Or do i need to install a different one? on the drier. What does it look like" i am finding out , it should be installed to compensate for the electric fan ??i installed recently. if you can't help please refer me and thank you bsa_bob
    any help would be very appreciated

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    ................. Glad I could help bsa_bob2
    Last edited by DennyW; 02-26-2020 at 07:30 AM.
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    thank you Denny i do appreciates the help Iwill take a look bob s
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    Your very welcome.

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