Re: Compressor electrical question in reply to jaden, 01-04-2013 19:02:23
Sorry, I missed your post. Yes I could use a diagram. I want to get this thing right. You are correct A1 and A2 are each side of the coil. Innitially I thought the coil was 110V by the model number of the coil but now I found some faint lettering on the coil itself that says 220V. There is also a minimal schematic in the owners manual of the magnetic starter which show power from L1 going through a control fuse and out to the pressure switch and back though the coil and the other control fuse to L2. I take it the control fuses are the units on the overload relay.
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