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The pins on the heating element protection thermostat for a Promac Green Sche2 espresso coffee machine are numbered 11,21,31 & 12,22,32. It has 6 conductors coloured red, brown & black. I know that the black conductors go to pins 21 & 31, however I am unsure where to connect the red & brown conductors to pins 11, 31 & 12, 32.

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  • Bruce Thompson Jan 08, 2013

    The purpose of the heating element protection thermostat is to control the Sirai Pressurestat. There are 6 colour coded conductors from the pressurestat that connect to the thermostat i.e. to pins 11, 21,31 & 12, 22, 32.

  • Bruce Thompson Jan 08, 2013

    Ok ... let me rephrase my problem. I am in the process of replacing a manual reset heating element protection thermostat on a Promac Green Sche2 espresso coffee machine which connects or rather works in conjunction with the Sirai Commercial Pressurestat. There are 2 sets of 3 contacts on the Pressurestat - one set n/o (normally open) the other n/c (normally closed) one suspects. In total those contacts are connected via 2 same coloured set of conductors i.e. red, black & brown. My problem is that I need to attach those conductors to the thermostat pins numbered 11, 21, 31 & 12, 22, 32. I can confirm that I know that the black conductors go to pins 21 & 22. What I need to know is what is the correct positioning of the other two sets of conductors red & brown. I do not want to attach them to the wrong pins for fear of an electrical catastrophe!

  • Bruce Thompson Jan 10, 2013

    Basically ... all I am wanting to do is reconnect the heating circuit i.e. from the pressurestat to the safety thermostat. Is there anyone out there who can help me please?

  • Bruce Thompson Jan 24, 2013

    All sorted ... thanks to all those who followed my post ... cheers!

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