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Old 09-18-2011, 11:30 PM   #16
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Not all days are pretty colors..some days are black.
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Old 09-19-2011, 03:45 AM   #17
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That looks fun to troubleshoot. Which wire goes to the fan contactor coil? Oh, the black one. The condenser overtemp sensor? Yep, the black wire.
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They might be all black but they also probably all numbered if you can find and read it.
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They might be all black but they also probably all numbered if you can find and read it.
I just got done working on the control panel for large hydraulic press the conductors I did see was all red but it was fun allright most were marked but few were NOT marked so it took little time to sort it out { I have to reconferated the station control plus add a new E stop button along the way }

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{ I have to reconferated the station control plus add a new E stop button along the way }
Reconferated? Surely that word is conneries!
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however .,, I have to change the lay out for the press operator to use it more easier and add new E stop button per thier companie requirement some dolt did hook up the E stop in parallel that why it got funky.

As far for 99% of the time the E stop circuit always wired in series in N/C fashion only 1% of time in differnt way I not going to comment on the last 1% of conneries.

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I get to play with pretty wire colors too........and things with pretty lights on them that blink on and off.....oh, and I get to control how much they blink on and off....

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Old 09-20-2011, 12:48 PM   #24
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C'est no wonder that the mouse will find this warm spot and that is a pain in royal butt to fix if not heeded on it.

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