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What is the voltage and amperage of the electrical connection at my furnace?
I have a Coleman 7600 propane furnace heating a 1000 square foot house. The furnace has an electrical wire going into it to power the blower.
At some point in the future I might get a woodburning stove and get rid of the furnace. So I'm thinking I also will be able to put an electrical outlet where the furnace is now. What kind of electrical connection (voltage and amperage) would have been installed for this furnace?
Would have 120 volts with a 14/3 wire on a 15 amp breaker. Check Panel box to be sure.I did ele work before retiring.
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For Woodburning Stove Owners: The Ecofan Requires No Power (Core77)
For those of you with woodburning stoves--I know at least some of you have
them, either in your house or heating your shop--the Ecofan is a clever,
energy-free way to help circulate the heat. You place the Ecofan on top of
your stove, and as the stove heats up, the blades begin to turn, distributing
the hot air into the rest of the room. The hotter your stove gets, the faster
the blades spin, up to a maximum volumetric flow of 150 cubic feet per minute.
The Canadian manufacturer, Ontario-based Caframo, claims the better
circulation means you'll have to burn less wood to keep the place warm. And
unlike a conventional blower, the Ecofan is completely silent.
Now for the big quesiton--how the heck does it work? While there are several
reviews by North Americans on YouTube, we'll let this British guy explain it
to you because Brits generally sound smarter. (Except when they're burning our
White House down.)