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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Taylor 490 series can be found here as can all other Taylor machines!!!!!!
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Posted on Apr 14, 2009
SOURCE: TAYLOR 632-33 ICE CREAM MAKER
If you are wiring a Taylor machine to three phase power and you have a "wild leg" or "high leg" you must place the high voltage leg on L3. This will keep the higher voltage out of the control circuits of the machine. To clarify what a high leg is, it is created in three phase applications where a certain type of transformer is used. It creates two normal power legs, 110-120 and one leg that is only useful with another leg of power. If measured to nuetral or ground a wild leg will measure considerebly higher than the other legs. Hope this is helpful
Posted on May 02, 2009
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