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Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 20:35:03 -0400
From: "Snowman" <Snowmannospamh of the border.com>
Subject: Re: Resistor pack - 9000


Do like I did and throw it away. Put in a solid strand of wire that is at least the same wire size as the leads on your old diode. When it conducts, a diode is practically a short anyway. Are you sure that it was a diode? Mine had a temp rating on it so I interpreted that to mean it was a thermal fuse widget!! "Johannes H Andersen" <johsnospamfitter.com> wrote in message news:4161B955.1E65AE5Dnospamfitter.com... > > > Johannes H Andersen wrote: > > > > Want to put a new diode on the resistor pack, this is the pack in the blower > > housing. The old diode was clamped on by a previous owner, and probably of > > wrong capacity. As the pack failed, I took it out and removed the diode. > > However, this was some time ago, and the project was put on the back burner. > > Stupidly, I didn't make a note of the direction of the diode. Can anybody > > help? The diode was connected as follows: > > > > ____DIODE_____ > > | | > > 1___|-----------------|___3 > > 2___| R35K R81K 1R93K |___4 > > |-----------------| > > > > The numbers refer to the 4 pin connector. > > Still no bid on solving my resistor pack? You could always toss a coin to > see which way the wind blows :-)

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