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Old 02-11-2019, 03:25 PM   #1
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Suburban Nt34sp furnace

simple question. I'm. rebuilding this older CA 1997 furnace. Bought replacement system board by Dinosaur. It's the FAN50PLUS which also can control the blower fan.

The furnace is one which has a TDR to control the blower fan. Since board has this built in can't I bypass the need for a TDR and use the board to handle it?

Have to say I'm beyond impressed with the build quality if this board. It is a tank reminding me of electronics boards from the 70s and 80s. Solid and while parts may be from Japan back then, built as a until in the USA. I can't be more impressed. Very recommended on that basis alone.
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kk, answered question by actually reading the instructions. What a novel idea huh?

Anyway the answer is YES it does bypass the relay... wooohoo heat tonight!

oh, link to PDF with details on install.
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Fan 50 Plus - Dinosaur Electronics
PDFDinosaur Electronics Instructions
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crappola...app is too literal for me it seems. here is the actual link:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...tFzX3DHavgVFLk
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