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Green wire to boom valve doesnt have current when valve is turned off working valves do have current have traced back through connecters red wire 12v black wire 7v where does green feed from ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked the solenoid across the main posts i.e.connection from battery to starter,you may be hearing the solenoid clicking when you operate the starter button,but it might not be completing the circuit.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
You only need the red and black wires to supply power to the unit. The red positive wire goes to a positive terminal on your battery or positive side of a bus bar or switch, the black negative wire goes to the negative terminal on the battery or negative common bus bar. Do not try to earth the black wire to an aluminum boat hull... You are asking for trouble! Best to run the black wire straight back to the negative battery terminal or negative bus bar that is wired to the negative battery terminal. The other colored wires on the 160C plug are used for interfacing with NMEA2000 compatible devices, like a compatible GPS.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
1. Wire jammed
2. Out of wire
3. Not enough tension
4. Wire liner worn
5. Wire disconnected internally
6. Contact tip clogged
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
why not just but the head or come to that the motor in side , cheaper option
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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check this link for a diagram, http://www.wiringhelp.com/electrical/electrical-how-to/how-to-wire-a-ceiling-fan.html go down to the diagram with 2 switches,, click it, it will enlarge,
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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It sounds like the compressor is trying to start under load because there is a tightness in the pump itself or there is high pressure air in the line between the pump and tank There is a small valve that releases the pressure out of the main pipe that runs between the compressor and tank once the tank is full and the motor automatically cuts off. You know this valve is working by the sound of a short spurt if air being released when the motor cuts off. Releasing this pressure means that the motor is able to restart easily because there is no load. If the valve is not releasing this air, the compressor is trying to start under full load which the motor is not capable of doing, hence the slow running, overheating and popping of breakers due to a current overload as the motor tries to run up to normal peed. Motor burnout is possible if it keeps recurring.
This small release valve is attached to the Pressure control switch that switches the motor On & Off and usually has a small pipe going to it or is incorporated inside the Pressure Control Switch. If the valve appears to be working then it means that the Non-return valve on the input to the tank is not sealing properly and letting air back into the main pipe causing the compressor to start under load. Check both valves for correct operation and replace as necessary.
If all the air side checks out OK the check for low oil level and / or binding in the air pump main drive shaft.
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