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Old 04-03-2013, 04:24 PM   #11
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Joe,

Would you please email me the complete picture of the heater actuator you showed in your example.

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Joe,

Would you please forward me a copy of the heater actuator you showed above.

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This thread was around five and a half years old Jeff, I doubt the guy that made the thread is even still around.
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As an alternative fix, you may be able to pick up a replacement actuator at a pick n pull junk yard for $5-10 dollars. That is what I did.
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I am looking for the schematic for the actuator. I already picked up a couple at the junk yards. I do not want to fix them I want to use them for other projects and need that wiring schematic for the circuit board inside.

Anybody have that?
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