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Re: Compressor electrical question

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01-05-2013 06:10:47

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[quote="Stephen Newell"](quoted from post at 01:10:28 01/05/13) I took the unit apart and found the model number of the coil and looked it up and found out it is a 110v coil. The long red wire is attached to one side of the coil. On the opposite side of the coil there is a contact A1. I'm wondering since the coil is 110v do I take power from L1 and run to A1 and then run the red wire to the pressure switch and out the other side to ground. I found a generic schematic online which runs the wire from L1 to L2 through the coil but I assume that would be for a 220V coil.
If I can ever get that figured out then I have the Overload Relay to figure out.[/quote

Hey stupid *ss , yes I mean you Stephen. I just got done trying to get it through your thick head before your even suggested it. That you do not use the chassis ground as a return instead of using a neutral.

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01-05-2013 07:42:44

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 Re: Compressor electrical question in reply to buickanddeere, 01-05-2013 06:10:47  
Obviously I'm not an electrician. This is why I hired an electrician to wire this thing but bubba electrician choose not to do it so now I'm stuck with trying to figure this thing out myself. I'm making mistakes but I'm going to keep studying this thing until I'm sure I have it right so try to have a little patience. The magnetic switch isn't going anywhere near electricity until I have it.

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