Question about Lincoln Ovens
Replaced conveyor motor ( no change)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes. UNPLUG THE UNIT!!!! Inside the control box there is a motor control board.On the motor control board there are two sets of terminals to look for. Set one is labeled T1-T2. Make sure you have lots of light and a magnifying glass in case it is hard to read. Carefully pull the two wires and switch them. Set two are labled A+ and A-. switch these as well. You must switch both sets at the same time or the conveyor will run at full speed with no control. The wires might be hard to pull off so carefully wiggle them as you pull.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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