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I have a Kenmore upright freezer model # 253.26052104 and at the bottom of the front there are two lights and an on/off rocker switch. At this time one light is ... When I attempt to turn it back on, it makes an extremely loud buzzing sound. What does that... The switch that you are describing is for the high temperature alarm.
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A three way switch has 3 terminals, these for floor fans operate by a rotary switch but can be adapted to use any 120V Rotary toggle or rocker type switch. technically your compartment (or room provided will determine which to use). I'd suggest you replace it with one like the one that no longer works. The one good thing about fans the direction they rotate in is already determined, and with a/c current it will work even if you connect it up wrong! If it work's then fine don't over think it
The white to your fan will connect to the white in the switch box, The switch itself should have a wire labeled com or common. This is where the Hot in your switch box will attach. The other two wires will be your switch legs to theto the fan. (Red and Black)
Any wire that is colored is hot, except for green and white, which is ground and neutral, If you have a line coming in to your switch, and 3 loads going out, red, brown, black, then those should be the 3 lights. The white wire will be connected to white, and the green to ground. If you don't have 4 colored wires, then you have 1 switch too many. Let me know if this is making sense.
I cant tell you off the top of my head, but the easiest way is as follows.
Turn on your low beams, with a test light or volt meter, find the wire that powers the low beams (it will lose power when you switch to high beam).
Once you have found that wire, wire the lights and relays as if the hot low beam wire is your "switch", it will supply the switch power source the 12v it needs to turn on the power to the lights.
The Amber light is the Power 'On' indicator. The Red light is a Temperature Alarm indicator. THe Red light comes on if the freezer compartment rises above 20 degrees F (for example a freezer malfunction or someone left the door open). You also probably have a rocker switch (or two holes that are over a rocker switch) that is in between these two indicators. If you do, that's an audible (loud buzzer) alarm when the red light comes on. The rocker switch is a simple on-off switch to silence the alarm or turn it back on.