Wiring a blower for a oil furnance

Old 02-24-10, 08:00 PM
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Wiring a blower for a oil furnance

I have a Miller--Lear Siegler Inc , Home Furnace Divison Holland Michigan--Model No MMMG-82-CoA Patent No 3223078 Serial No A208218. Can someone please tell me where I can find a wire diagram on how to wire the blower/fan?When I bought this furnace the blower was not wired to it.I have looked every where.Can someone PLEASE help me?Thanks!!
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It seem that company was acquired by someone else. I can't seem to find the number nor the manual. If you can see what control board is in it, that might help.
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Miller MMG

You actually have an MMG that isn't rusted out or cracked? The last one I saw was close to 20 years ago.

If I remember correctly they have a Honeywell L4046 fan/limit. If so, one side of the fan motor should go to neutral & the other side to the "fan" terminal of the L4046.

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