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I need the wiring diagram from the transformer and reset button to the relay

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  • rhoffman79 Jul 26, 2009

    Thank you ... I have a nutone 353 central vac

  • rhoffman79 Jul 26, 2009

    Thank you ... I have a nutone 353 central vac

  • rhoffman79 Jul 26, 2009

    This is helpful ... however is there an easy way to determine which wire goes to which post without a specific wiring diagram ??

  • rhoffman79 Jul 27, 2009

    Thanks very much ... great job

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Before we can help you, can you let us know what brand, model, and type of device you need this help for. It was categorized as a vacuum cleaner but unfortunately this is not specific enough and the categories are often incorrect here as well.

Let me know and I'll answer if I can or pass it on and somebody who know more can answer for you.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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    ted1430 Jul 26, 2009

    Here you go:



    http://builtinvacuum.com/images/242-Rela...



    The reset button is physically connected to the relay.



    If you are replacing the relay, the part will normally come with a diagram as well. The exact location of connectors can vary a bit .

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    ted1430 Jul 26, 2009

    Yes, it;s pretty easy. The power cord coming in will have three wires. Green should be connected to the frame of the unit, and white will connect to a bunch of other white wires in some manner - probably a terminal block of some sort. Black will connect to the black lead on the transformer adn to any of four contacts in line with the contactors of the relay. These posts will be noticeably more heavy than the ones that drive the solenoid coil.



    The terminal(s) directly across from the black connection from the power cord should be connected to the motors - these wires should be blue, if not then they could be black.



    The DC side of the transformer will have a yellow and a blue wire most likely but the colors really don't matter. Connect one directly to one of the coil connections on the relay and the other to either end of the low voltage loop going to the inlets. Connect the other end of the low voltage loop to the other side of the relay coil



    Hope this helps.

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