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Wiring diagram for pronto 51 speed control switch

I need a wiring diagram that will show mw what color wire goes on which terminal of a pronto 51 speed control switch.

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SOURCE: I NEED A WIRING SCENATIC FOR AN INVACARE PRONTO m6

I assume you need a wiring schematic for an M61. The circuit board schematics are proprietary and not available. The component schematics and interconnects for switches and wiring harnesses are available, as are the parts diagrams and drawings. Please clarify your specific need and issue.

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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How i can do the instalation


1) Need more information.
Heres some help to get you started, then you add a comment and fill in details so I can give accurate answer.

2) You posted under Paragon 7008-00 timer.

3) People post under Paragon when they have Tork, so I need exact model number and what voltage you have and what Load you are trying to wire.

4) Also what terminals appear on timer, since any timer can be in a box that is marked 7008.
Then add what color wires you have coming from breaker box, what size breaker, and if same breaker is going to supply voltage to timer and to Load, and what color wires are going to Load.

5) Open following link to identify timer for sure, and see manual and wiring diagrams.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#7000

6) Typical wiring diagram for 7008 showing one set of NO NC terminals:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Paragon-7008-00-timer-wiring-350.jpg

7) 7008 timer has 120Volt clock motor. So power to terminals A and B has to be 120V.
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8) According to manual, 7008 timer has 2 NO (normally open) terminals that are OFF when timer is OFF
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10) NO and NC terminals are frequently used for continuous-operation 2-speed motors, for example.
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