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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On a residence, the ground bar and the nutural bar may be hooked togethervia a ground screw on the case. In that case it matters now which side you use for the nutural and which for the grounds. Just make sure to keep all of the whites on the white side and the greens on the green side.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: need wiring info for cutler
Probably easier and about the same price to just buy a shunt trip main breaker. IIRC, code usually requires that anyway.
As far as the c25dnd330, it's just a regular 3 pole contactor, each pole is good for 30 amps. The three poles are L1,2,&3>>>T1,2,&3. The other two contacts are the control coil. I believe your model is 120 volt (most are)....the voltage should be stamped somewhere near the contacts.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Here's a link to the online manual.
As far as that diagram....didn't you label the wires?
Take a look here, it may help you. circuit wiring , especially the paragraph that begins: "Knowing that electrically common points have zero voltage drop between them is a valuable troubleshooting principle." Also read about resistors. That speed control knob is one.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2009
There should be 2 contactors for forward and reverse. you have to wire them so that the power coming in will switch 2 opposite phases to reverse.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
It will fit, the extra bump out on the back makes it a bit harder to hook the back locking tab before you push it on the bussing. Also, make sure no wires are in the way obstructing the bump out since it hangs out further than the standard breakers. The most common problem is the bump out making it hard to hook the locking tab onto the outer rail. Make sure the breaker is in the off position, then try holding it more flat as you insert it keeping it close to the bussing. This will help keep the extra bump out from obstructing the locking tab from hooking the back rail. Once it's hooked on the back rail you can push it on the bussing like normal.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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