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I have a Dayton 5X848N relay switch that needs connected to a well pump. how is it wired

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Go to www.ehow.com and type in the search box
"relay switch wiring"
and you will pull up 6 web pages of click on the post articles
on how to wire in a relay. somewheres in all that techinical info
someone will be writing about a relay just like yours & be giving step by step instruction as well as tools needed to do job.

try typing in search box---" how to wire dayton 5x848n relay into well pump.

You should also have the make and model of the well pump handy on paper as you will need this to find out where relay goes to pump motor.

If you need more specific info type in search box
*how 2 wire dayton 5x848n relay into make & model well pump*
try that on google.com.;bing.com;ask.com;yahoo.com as well as
ehow.com
they all have search box on upper right coner of web page & they all answer questions with pre writen info.

Posted on Oct 13, 2013

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Question is not clear.

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