Question about Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming that you are wiring for 115v. Lets start with the ground. The cord that attaches to the wall outlet will have three wires, green, black , and white. Insert the cord thru one of the openings of the pressure switch and attach the green wire to the ground screw. Next look very closely at the contacts and notice that they are arrainged in pairs. There is a small brass bar with two contacts that completes the circuit for each line. Start with L1 and attach white wire from cord, then attach white wire from motor to the screw terminal that small brass bar bridges to (should be T1). Next attach black wire from cord to L2 and black wire from motor to remining screw. Remember that the small brass bar with two contacts is the bridge and simply connects white to white and black to black. Enjoy
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
blk/red are your two 120 volt lines the white is your neutral, if this is a 120/240volt combination motor make sure you change the wiring in the motor configuration to make it 240volt from 120volt
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
STOP! Your pressure switch is doing what it is supposed to, but the tank check valve is leaking. This valve is usually at the tank where the line from the compressor head enters the tank. The small tube line from the pressure switch probably also goes to this valve. You'll need to clean or replace it.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
from what you are describing it sounds like you are missing a couple wires somewhere or you do not know what you are looking for. The pressure switch, low oil switch motor starter coil, and overload relay should be wired in series to provide a control circuit for the motor starter. I would highly advise seeking the help of a certified electrician if you are not experienced in working with these machines. You can not only risk personal injury, but also damage a lot of expensive electrical item's real quick if it is not done correctly.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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