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How do I connect (which wires to what relay terminations) the DPDT relay in a KitchenAid Proline KES 100?

Random hookup to the relay has not worked yet

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    Renee Nov 21, 2014

    Hi James D Reid, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Is this a new unit?

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Hi James, if colours to terminals is good enough then I can take a photo of the relay and email it to you, if you are brave enough to supply one to me. Alternatively mine is screaming_skullathotmail.com Note I did not use the at symbol so as not to attract attention.

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