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General Electric RanControl WB27T10264 R wiring


everything matches up from the old controller except the broil and bake relays l1b goes to com on broil purple goes to no on broil yellow goes to no on bake

Dec 30, 2012 | General Electric RanControl WB27T10264 R...

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Newly installed in a camper from the leisure battery,power to the unit and will load the cd then the unit goes dead.Press the eject button and the unit illuminates and ejects and again goes dead


Do you have power going to both the red and yellow wires? The red wire generally goes to a switched power source and the yellow should be constant. Both wires need to have power going to them in order for the unit to work properly.

Nov 01, 2011 | JVC KD-S6060 CD Player

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Have a lg oven lre30453st that the oven doent work the displa shows F7 clear the clock and unpluged it for 5min and still doesnt work.push the bake button it showed 375 thena second later went to...


Be sure you have 230 volts across the red and black wires at the terminal block the power cord attaches to. I suspect you have only one line to the range.

It is simpler to check a portion of the range first. Go to the relay board for the bake and broil elements. Check for incoming voltage between the red and black wires. You should have 230 volts all the time.

Set the oven control to bake at 350 degrees and check between the yellow and black wires that go to the bake element. You should have 230 volts. If you have 0 volts, check between the yellow wire that goes to the bake element and the black wire that goes to the terminal block of the range. If you have 230 volts here, the DLB relay on the relay board is bad. This will prevent bake and broil from working.

We can go through the relay board for the cooktop. I think it is best to eliminate one problem at a time.

Oct 16, 2011 | LG LRE30453ST (Electric) Stainless Steel...

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I have a GE range in which the baking element cracked in one place and needed replaced. I removed the old baking element and was getting ready to install the new one when I noticed that there were not 2...


Hello, welcome to Fixya.

I understand you are replacing your bake element and are uncertain of wire placement, correct ? My first suggestion would be to locate the tech sheet/wiring diagram, or tracing the yellow wire. I suspect the 2 black are "hot" and the yellow (maybe with a green tracer on it?) is ground/earth...though I don't have a diagram either. Let me know what you find and I'll try to help you going forward. Good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa today.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Jul 09, 2011 | GE JBP65 Electric Kitchen Range

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I need the wiring diagram to wire a thermostat to the outside unit. Which wire goes where ? My Thermostat has four wires, green, red, white, and yellow. My Outside unit has three wires that are not...


The thermostat wires are this, Red is 24 volts hot, Yellow is cooling, Green is fan,indoor, and white is heat.The outdoor unit wires up to the indoor units terminal board, not the thermostat.The red will go to the R or red 24 volt wire at the furnace.The yellow goes to the yellow terminal at the furnace. You should only have 2 wires to connect at the outdoor unit. Try capping the blue off.It may not be used unless this is a dual transformer unit which you will need a tech to come out and rewire the furnace to make the outdoor unit a 2 wire set-up. This can be very complicated if this is the case. Connect these wires like I have said to the indoor unit, and it should work fine. Please keep me posted. This is only low voltage, so don't let it scare you. If nothing works, I would say that the blue wire outdoors is the 3rd wire for a 2 transformer unit, and will need to be rewired at the indoor unit for it to work, this I would have to be there to do.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
A/C, & Heating Contractor

Feb 26, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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I need wiring manual for goodman mini split.


outside unit L1 and L2 are load (input 240vac)
then you have control voltage, usually yellow and blue (24vac) this connects to some 18/2 thermostat wire which goes inside as white and red.

note: this unit may only need 24v control which is 2 wires from the inside unit and also 3 wires 2 hot 1 ground for line voltage.

STANDARD WIRING
on the inside unit you have green, white, blue and red control wires.

on your thermostat you have white, red, yellow and green

you run the wire from the outside unit to the inside unit. then run a 18/4 wire to the thermostat if wired and join the following wires.

inside unit thermostat outside unit
green------------------------green
white-------------------------white
red----------------------------red
blue-------------------------------------------------------blue
yellow--------------------yellow

Oct 08, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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I hav a 95 berrta and im tying to put a head unit


Hello chrisuftring,

Here's a link to the wiring color code for the '95 Chevy Beretta.

You'll need to match the function of each wire from your head unit and the color code for that would be in your manual. Most aftermarket units are somewhat standard as far as power, accessory, ground, and speaker connections are concerned. But the wiring colors may be different for such leads as remote, power antenna, illumination, dimmer, and muting.

An Alpine head unit has the following wiring colors:
Blue - Power Antenna
Blue/White - Remote
Pink/Black - Audio Interrupt (muting)
Orange - Illumination
Red- Switched 12V+
Yellow - Constant 12V+
Black - Ground
Gray - RF Speaker (+)
Gray/Black - RF Speaker (-)
White - LF Speaker (+)
White/Black LF Speaker (-)
Violet - RR Speaker (+)
Violet/Black RR Speaker (-)
Green - LR Speaker (+)
Green/Black - LR Speaker (-)

With this head unit, you would wire Yellow to Orange, Red to Yellow, Black to Black, Orange to Gray, Blue to Pink, Gray to Light Green, Gray/Black to Dark Green, White to Tan, White/Black to Gray, Violet to Dark Blue, Violet/Black to Light Blue, Green to Brown, and Green/Black to Yellow.

Note that there are 2 "yellow" wires in your vehicle color code. You'll have to test them to determine which one is the accessory wire and which one goes to the left rear speaker. Using a 12V "test light" is the simplest. Connect one side of the light to ground. With the ignition ON probe the yellow wires. One of them should light the tester, the other one won't. Verify that the light goes out when the ignition is OFF and your have separated the redundant "yellows". The one that lit the tester is your 12V+ switched wire and the other one goes to the left rear speaker.

Hope this helps.

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GE Oven bake element not work


It sounds like a problem with the selector switch. You have to remove the back panel to get to the back of the switch in the head unit, and find what wire goes from there to the bake element. With a meter set on 240ACV, or whichever setting is on yours that's HIGHER than that i.e. 400ACV, with the red probe on the terminal and the black one going to ground, see if you are getting 210-240 through it. If so, then it's either a faulty neutral wire connection (the other wire coming out of the element) or the selector switch. Hope this helps.

Jan 23, 2008 | Ovens

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Bake Element


There should only be two wires that go to the element. It won't matter which wire goes on which terminal. Turn power off to unit before replacing the element. In some cases when the element burns out and breaks in have it will send a surge back to the oven control board and it will need to be replaced also. You will know once the element is replaced if it doesn't heat up.

Oct 01, 2007 | GE JBP90 Electric Kitchen Range

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