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Location: Zanesville, OH

I do woodworking when I am feeling up to it, I spent considerable money on woodworking tools, I learned how from books youtube, etc. Woodsmith Shop & others. I enjoy it when I am doing it, one thing though, I hate saw dust. Am I woodworker ? well I am not sure, I have done several jobs for people which involved me making something for them . I like doing it when I do do it, and I am always looking for a better way to do something, I am a former automotive technician, so working with tools has always been my thing. In whatever I do , I am a perfectionist and even though something may be done , it has to agree with my mind that it has been done to the best of my ability and have no problems which would have it come back my way. I enjoy learning from others and whatever I learn from them I look to improve on it if that is possible. In my mind I can do anything with a little know how and it grows from there. There is no such thing as " it cannot be done" my vocabulary.
Beginner to moderate wooodworker -Maybe.

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#1 posted 11-18-2014 01:26 AM

I am in the process of building a air cleaner, i recently bought a 4 speed blower. i have seen other people use a toggle switch and timer for using the high and low speed. I want to use all 4 speeds. i have viewed a video of someone using 3-way switches, but did not explain or show the wiring diagram. i learned about wiring 3-way switches but I am still not sure, what else it would take to make it work so i could select whatever speed i desired . Does anyone have any electrical knowledge of what it would take to make this happen and a wiring Diagram or explanation ?

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