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Re: Compressor electrical question

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Stephen Newell

01-05-2013 16:09:24

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Could you explain what you mean by being no shorts?

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George Marsh

01-05-2013 18:48:46

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 Re: Compressor electrical question in reply to Stephen Newell, 01-05-2013 16:09:24  
Stephen, The defination of a short is when you wire something sending power to ground. Your circuit wouldn't work because you had A1 going to terminal 98, which is a normally open switch. A1 would have never seen power from the pressure switch.

You shouldn't have any problems with DH's diagram. Perhaps the only problem you are going to get is from the code people telling you it shouldn't be done that way. Wait and see.

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01-07-2013 05:37:37

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 Re: Compressor electrical question in reply to George Marsh, 01-05-2013 18:48:46  
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The definition of a short circuit is not limited to just a connection to ground.

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Stephen Newell

01-06-2013 06:01:03

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 Re: Compressor electrical question in reply to George Marsh, 01-05-2013 18:48:46  
I see that now. I thought over the course of working on this thing I had probed it every which way with an ohm meter. There is nothing between 97 and 98.

I think the code people have moved on. I don't see a problem interrupting L2 at the pressure switch also if that is what you mean. Anyway this is Texas and just about any electrical work goes here. I recently remodeled a house where the homeowner hired an electrician to run a wire for a new kitchen stove some years before. While I was there one leg of the wire went dead and they had me look at it. I found the guy had pulled an aluminum wire tighter than a banjo string through the attic and down in the wall and wired it without a breaker directly to the electric meter. Then someone later on had the bright idea of using wood shavings for insulation in the attic and the wire was buried in it.

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