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Old 01-31-2016, 12:19 PM   #11
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Thanks Turb, I'll take a look, did you mount the delay in the ceiling or at the thermostat.?

Also, Were the heck is the relays for the fan and compressor? My schematic doesn't show a relay.
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I mounted it in the a/c unit.



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Old 01-31-2016, 12:30 PM   #13
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Thanks, that's what I was planning although my thermostat is different than yours but I can figure that out. My old mind just is not working very fast these days.
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Old 02-01-2016, 04:08 PM   #14
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I. used a,
Packard PTD102 Delay on Make Timer Relay TD69 ICM102


you can find them on e-bay and it's very easy to install.
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Old 02-01-2016, 06:11 PM   #15
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Thanks Danc,

I don't know if those will work on my system as it is a 12 v DC thermostat. I called ICM and they said it was designed for 24 volt AC system. The only one I could find that is designed to work with DC 12 was the Dayton. Considerably more money than the ICM however.

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Fan Delay Relay for Coleman Mach

The one listed on my thread works fine.
My unit is 12 v as well as everyone else's that installed the module.
Cut the fan wire put a female spade on both ends and plug into delay box.
Set timer and done.


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Thanks Danc,

I don't know if those will work on my system as it is a 12 v DC thermostat. I called ICM and they said it was designed for 24 volt AC system. The only one I could find that is designed to work with DC 12 was the Dayton. Considerably more money than the ICM however.

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I used this same one on my micro lite and it works fine... mine is 12v as well. For around 10 bucks it may be worth a try. I think it would work for what you want to do.
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Thanks guys, I'm probably too anal.

Have any of you installed a hard start capacitor and if so, did you see any benefit?

thanks in advance
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I did, but really didn't notice a difference.


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Thanks guys, I'm probably too anal.

Have any of you installed a hard start capacitor and if so, did you see any benefit?

thanks in advance
I did and it made a noticeable difference starting my a/c with my gen.
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