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 Posted: Wed Sep 9th, 2020 05:50 pm
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Iblashaun Ibarra
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          i just wanted to say hello,and glad i found this forum.i recently  came across a  Homart Cooler setting out for trash,when i saw it i didn't think it would run. It was everything i could do to lift it up in my car It was greasy grimy but some how it still ran. Dont make nothing like they use to! Unfortunately  iam no smarter, i forgot to take picture  of where the wires go to on the motor.
the model # only showed 3 digits i believe 480
the cage was a beige color and was crinkle cut design
The sides of fan has straight slots
it has a Craftsman 115.7401 motor and has the light blue n silver round emblem
i have 2 wires soldered to the board one is red one might be yellow
 there is  3 post 2 has silver looks like washer but made that way one is just a post.
the 2 wires connected to motor with soldered circles for post one has green dashes the other has blk dashes
Then we have the power cord
From the male end of cord we have two wires which one runs all the way to toggle 
the second stops real short
from toggle there is three wires
the one in picture that has a bend is the one from male end to toggle
that i can tell there is no way to determine the colors of 3 wires that has round soldered on there ends unless someone knows by the length or by the picture
Also on board by post, the two with silver circles one is marked H the other L
THE LAST POST HAS NO WASHER BUT MARKED C
I have noticed a lot of these fans have a blk spray on fan blades













emblem
it also has a Homart fan timer
and a toggle switch

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 Posted: Wed Sep 9th, 2020 07:52 pm
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Mark Olson
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My best guess: H = High
                          L = Low
                          C = Common


It can be difficult to determine where wires go without having the fan in front of you, in person. Maybe a bit of detective work will jog your memory when you go to hook the wires back up, Such as "this is to short to go here", or "this is too long to go there".

Good luck to you!

Last edited on Wed Sep 9th, 2020 07:58 pm by Mark Olson

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 Posted: Thu Sep 10th, 2020 03:59 am
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Iblashaun Ibarra
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Thank You iam sure iam gonna need it wish i would of checked everything out before tore it apart

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 Posted: Thu Sep 10th, 2020 11:38 am
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James Pinette
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welcome ibiashaun

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