Question about Makita JR3050T Recipro Saw 9 Amp
I bought a variable speed switch for the Makita JR3000V
but it wired differently then the original switch. The switch has four wire connections. The wring connections are labeled: load/bi-ristor, load/125 VAC, line/6A, and one labeled just line. I am assuming the load connections are for the power cord and the lines are for the wires going to the motor. Does it make a difference which lead is connected to each side of the switch?
The replacement switch, is it Makita and was it a direct replacement for the original part? That could make a difference. I looked at the schematics for this tool and they do not furnish the wiring codes but I think you are on the right track. To make sure though I would call Makitas tech support people at 1-800-4625482 and have a wiring explosion sent to you. Let me know if you still need more help and I will contact them or call a local dealer that I know.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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