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    gw2002 Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Jan 8, 2007, 04:34 PM
    a/c float switch wiring connections
    While working in my attic, I accidentally disconnected one of the eletrical leads from the float switch in my condenser drip pan. Both leads are small gauge, plain black insulate wiring. One lead is still connected to the wiring panel on the side of the hvac unit. The other lead that I kicked loose - I cannot figure out what to reconnect it to. Any suggestions? If need be, I could look more closely and identify exactly the lay-out of my junction box and identify the terminals on it.
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    NorthernHeat Posts: 1,455, Reputation: 132
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    Jan 8, 2007, 04:37 PM
    Typically it is just the low voltage thermostat wire. They can use the switch to break one of two wires to pass code, so it's hard to tell.

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