Goodman wiring


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Old 01-29-10, 06:31 PM
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Goodman wiring

Hey all, I've been recording my install and hoping I can put it up on a website/howto and I have a question. My goodman has three wires coming out of it, black(hot) white(neutral) and green(ground). Do I just hook the 15amp 110V wire to that? Or am I missing something?

The goodman is just a natural gas furnace basic install to heat my home.
 
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Old 01-30-10, 09:41 AM
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Yeah. YOU are installing the furnace, and yet that question was necessary? Hmmm.

Anyway the wires often enter a switchbox mounted on the furnace. Or, perhaps EMT or BX cable directly, if furnace is within sight of a sub or panel box, from which it gets it's power. What I have seen a lot of is a switchbox on the side of the furnace with an outlet ganged with it, so that the person can at least plug in a condensate drain pump, or maybe for the convenience of a furnaceman to plug in his trouble light, or whatever.
 
 

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