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Fridge fan

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Old July 12th 03, 06:38 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Paul Cohen
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Default Fridge fan

In article ,
(Roger Mills) wrote:

The stat is in the boiler - and continues to run the pump until the
has cooled down to a specific temperature.

Yes that would work - but Mike referred to a CH stat, which I took to mean
a room stat.

I guess I don't quite understand the problem; why not just wire the

and stat in series?

That's what he wants to do! The problem is that the switch in CH stats
*opens* when the temperature rises, and closes when it falls.

No, they are normally single pole double-throw - even the cheap ones
(like I have here). This shouldn't be a problem. This way a room stat can
be used to control air con (which is effectively what Mike wants to do).

Paul C.


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