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Spartan 12v solenoid terminal polarity

Hi Folks, can any body help me out with a wiring diagram for the 4 main power terminals on a SPARTAN 12V SOLENOID as well as the fuctions of the 3 screw connections set in the case.
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  • rjmcf53 Feb 27, 2009

    Thanks for your response , but the problem has been solved.Thanks again

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    Bob May 11, 2010

    What is the model number?

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There are about 3 dozen series of the Spartan solenoid, can you be more specific to the model or series please?

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