I'm fairly good with hooking things up as long as their isn't more than two wires... LOL But I'm starting my new hatcher and need some wiring help. First of all, the fan that I am using only runs when I hook it up directly to a normal plug. I tried it with the 12v adapter and it didn't work. The fan says its a 115v I believe and when I connected it to a normal plug and plugged it directly to the outlet, it ran fine. Is this proper, or should there be a fuse somewhere between the outlet and fan. I want to make sure I dont burn anything up. And secondly, I am using the heating element from my LG, and hopefully a wafer thermostat, along with an indicator lamp I picked up at Radio Shack. Since the heating element, and the fan both plug directly into the wall, I want to wire everything together so that I only have one plug as opposed to two or three. Although I understand circuitry to a degree, my problem is that I dont know in what sequence and where to wire which item. There are two black wires on the plug itself, two white wires on the fan, a black and white wire on the heating element, and two wires on the indicator lamp. I'm having trouble diagraming exactly how/where to connect each so that everything works properly. Anyone have any advice?