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A/C stopped working because contactor melted, new con. installed

Model BFDL301H Mitsubishi (20yrs old) we need a new wiring diagram, appears that thermo overload relay is faulty, where to purchase in Adelaide S.Australia Please?

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  • lnejedlik Jan 30, 2009

    the air con is not Mr Slim it is a heavy industry Mitsubishi a/c unit

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No we did not solve, also we do not have your slim a/c but an old outside model as above.
sorry if I have filed in the wrong box for help.
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