Top white rodgers relay wiring diagram - I've a wooden-burning stove, this is used as an auxiliary heat source inside the residence. There may be a everyday electric furnace, and adjoining to it's far the stove. The warm air duct (out) from the stove connects at once to the input air duct on the electrical furnace. Also connected to the range, there may be a line in, a 3-conductor grounded line with a 3-prong plug at the stop - for 120v power deliver. There is also a blower at the stove, which takes 120v strength, and has 2 conductors - white and black. It forces the warmed air via the output duct. All of the wires are meet in a junction box, and none are related.
How have to this be wired? I don't know what is meant by means of "fan" and "limit". I am assuming that "fan" refers to the blower at the range. However what is the restrict? I wager i simply do not apprehend what the thermostat is doing with 2 traces getting into/out of it. What's the yellow triangle with the #2 in it? It looks as if the matters labelled l1 and l2 are the wires within the line in. L1 is black (warm) i guess, and l2 could be white. So i can twine the line-in white to the white conductor on the fan. Then the road-in black (warm) is going to the fan facet of the fan/limit manage. Wired to which conductor? White or black? If the thermostat is a simple switch then i wager it would not be counted. Then the alternative conductor (black or white) can get stressed to the black line at the fan.