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Unread 01-14-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
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Default ScottyB? More F&R problems!

OK, I got my replacement F&R today, thanks. This seems like a beefy piece! The problem with it is this:

Recall my current F&R has 6 control circuit male spade connectors on the outside of it. The new one you sent me has 8! Here are some fuzzy (sorry) pics of my old F&R and the replacement. How do I wire this new one up?
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Unread 01-14-2012, 04:44 PM   #2
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Default Re: ScottyB? More F&R problems!

Her is the new F&R. It does have 3 micro switches. Seems I could make this work.......
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You can do it I know you can! Put your glasses on.....lol
How many terminals do the old micros have? And which 2 are not used? You MUST get every wire on the same terminal as before...or stuff won't work right.

Use my email, if you are having trouble hooking something up.
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The old micros have 6 male spade terminals. The new one has 8. The number of micros are the same however. Should I leave the additional 2 spade terminals vacant? Here is a map of the terminals:

Old:
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Its the bottom 2 that <look like> are no used.
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Its the bottom 2 that <look like> are no used.
if you look close at the end of the micro..most are labeled as such

C= common terminal

N.O.=normally open ( not connected to the common terminal when no pressure is
applied )

N.C.=normally closed ( closed circuit with the common terminal when no
pressure is applied )

match the wordings from the old switched to the new if you can see the engraved labeling
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Mine does not have any markings like that.
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Mine does not have any markings like that.

look at the position of therminals in my photo relative to your switches

all micros of this shape have the same internal configuration.

note where the the terminal is missing and eliminate that setting (n.o. or n.c. ) in the micro that has only 2 terminals

also if you remove the micros from the mounting you might see the configuration stamped on the opposite side
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What we need to know is whether your switches are 2 or 3 terminal switches and which 2 or 3 terminal switch is where?


O hope you have not taken your wires off yet so we can see where your wires belong.
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What we need to know is whether your switches are 2 or 3 terminal switches and which 2 or 3 terminal switch is where?


O hope you have not taken your wires off yet so we can see where your wires belong.
scotty's right ...... you had better take some QUALLITY close up photos of the wires going to you existing microswitches so you can back track BEFORE you make mistakes.

numbers labeled on the wires help also ( think radio shack has those)
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