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We are adding a light and need to know how to put in this wire into the transformer box? We do not have the box or instructions for our Hadco Landscape Transformer 30600. A diagram and instructions would be very helpful.

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Could not find that exact transformer number, but if you go to this URL you will see transformers that are most likely similar to yours or you can contact Hadco/Phillips.
http://www.hadco.com/Hadco/Public/SearchVisual.aspx?FamId=24
As long as you are using the proper voltage bulb, you should not have a lot of difficulty hooking it up.
Feel free to contact me in the event you run into problems.

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I want to use this Transformer to power my 12 volt lights in my trailer using a 7 blade connector that is already installed on my trailer. How do I connect the wiring n the ac nle


The two wires are meant to be connected to the 120 volt source. The box or the papers with the transformer should tell you which two of the three wires provides the 12 volt output. If not connect the two wires to the 120V source - Be CAREFUL! - 120V is dangerous. Then try, one at a time, touching each of the three combinations of wires (1&2, 1&3, 2&3) to the contacts on a 12 V incandescent lamp (very bottom and threaded side) the 12V pair will give you the brightest light. The other two are 6v.

I can't address the 7 blade connector without more information. I suggest that you go to a place that sells trailer parts.

Not knowing anything about your trailer I don't know if a 2 amp (2000 ma) transformer will supply enough current to do the job.

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Landscape lighting transformer hums only when controlled thru photo-cell, and not when powered directly.


1) Copy following link for Intermatic/Malibu power pack photo-eye instructions, general troubleshoot, manuals, replacement trippers, and tips to prolong life of power pack:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Malibu-power-pack-stopped-working.html

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My Icon bathroom fan does not work by timer I have changed timer , transformer and electrics have been checked (with certificate) What next !


Which timer do your have?
Not all timers work with fan motors?
Are you adding a new bath fan? Or are you installing a new timer?

What transformer what checked? A transformer is used to change voltage. For example you can plug a Malibu outdoor-light transformer into ordinary 120V outlet and the transformer changes voltage to 12 volts so you can safely operate lights stuck into the ground around bushes. Or your phone recharges using transformer that converts ordinary 120Volt into very low voltage entering your phone.
Practically every electronic device in your home has a transformer ... microwave, TV, computer ... but I don't know why a bath fan would have a transformer.
Add a comment, and I will respond.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Countdown-timer-horsepower-ratings.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-timers.html

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Using Lowes mechanical timer in Hadco TC654-15 landscape lighting transformer. Have tried 3 timers now and timer clock does not work when plugged into the transformer. if I bypass the timer, low voltage...


Always a good idea to check outlet with cheap circuit analyzer.
And move timer to different outlet to see if difficulties are outlet-specific.
Try timer at neighbor's house.
Having 3 defects in a row is unusual.

There are no repairs for defective timers.

Timer clock motors stop working for many reasons, bad manufacturing of plastic gears and power surge and dirt and reversed polarity among the causes.
Using household plug-in timer is typical solution since clock modules are not sold separately.

Following link gives tips for having low-voltage power pack last longer, in case you decide to buy Intermatic-Malibu from Home Depot:
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I have a hadco timer that needs to be reset....where can I learn how to do this?


Hadco T6 looks like Kitchler 15558WH
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Kitchler-15558WH-timer.pdf

There are several brands of timer that look same-similar:
Open following link for images and manuals:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59377

Add a comment and say which manual matches Hadco timer.

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I hooked up a coleman electric furnace to a janitrol condenser heat pump . The t-stat wires on electric furnace are red white green and yellow. I added a blue for common off of transformer for digital...


Hi, first of all you need to get a hand full of 5 amp auto type fuses and install one on the hot leg of the 24 volt secondary side of the transformer. Just use 2 female crimp on connectors and put the fuse in the middle of the hot wire. Saves $$$$ on replacing transformers when you have a dead short on the low or high voltage side of any transformer, just a trick of the trade, food for thought. Fuses are much cheaper. On your electric unit, you may not need the common on this to operate the digital stat if it has batteries. This may be your dead short. On the Janitrol condenser, the red is your 24v as you no. They are using blue in place of yellow for cooling. Red is hot, W is heat, G for fan, and blue is cooling on this Janitrol. Keep in mind you are connecting to a heat-pump also, so make sure the wiring is correct. Are you installing this for secondary Heat?? More then likely, the blue common you have added is the dead short as the janitrol uses the blue for a cooling relay in place of yellow. Anyway, use the 5 amp fuse, trick of the trade to save on the transformers. Please keep me posted, as I know know you have this under control.
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How do I get a manual for the use of a Hadco T5 analog timer?


Follow the below link to the Philips HADCO website where you can download the instruction sheet. I would have attached but was unable to do so.

Thanks !
http://hadco.com/Hadco/Public/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=280&s=t6

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I have a black red yellow and green wire on a combination fan controller and light dimmer,which wires do i hook up to my switch line and feed line in my wall box....thks in advance


You have new wiring device.
Device controls fan and light.

To control fan and light separately from wall box, requires a separate wire to each Load.
So box requires one wire going to fan, and a separate wire going to light.
If previous switch has just two wires that controlled both fan and light, and then fan is controlled with pull-chain, it sounds like new device requires another wire be added to circuit.
Add a comment and say how many cables enter wall box, and say color of each wire in each cable.

Without knowing exact wires in your box, or exact device ... I can suggest answer based on typical wiring.
Compare this answer with instructions that came with device.

How to wire fan-light device:
-Device-green wire always connects to bare copper wire
-Device-black always connects to black Hot wire from breaker
-Device-red usually connects to wire going to light
-Device-yellow usually connects to wire going to fan

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I removed my nutone door chime transformer a while ago to work on an electrical problem. Now i want to reinstall it but don't have the instructions. The transformer reads nutone class 2 LR2982 10va 16v


I couldn't find a manual for the LR2982, so I'll give a general description of how to wire a door chime. Most chimes have 3 contacts. F (Front), R (Rear) and C (Common). Some have just two contacts. If your chime has more than 3 contacts do _not_ follow these instructions.

Inside the junction box on the wall where the chime will be mounted, you should have at least 2 cables (usually brown) each, with at least two wires (usually red and white) each. One of those cables goes to the transformer and the other cable goes to the door button.

The beauty of it is that since it's only 24 volts or less and _polarity_ doesn't matter, you don't need to know which cable goes where for a _single_ door button scenario.

For _single_ door button wiring, pick a wire (say the red) from one cable (doesn't matter which cable) and connect it to the "C" contact on the chime. Pick a wire (say the red) from the _other_ cable and connect it to the "F" contact on the chime (if the chime has 3 contacts). If the chime only has 2 contacts connect it to the only contact that is left.

Then all one needs to do is twist the 2 remaining wires together (both white) and cap them off with a wire nut.

If your junction box for the chime has 3 cables in it, the extra cable goes to a rear door button. In that case you _do_ need to know which cable goes to the _transformer_. You can pick up a cheapo voltmeter for about $10 just about anywhere. The cable that reads anywhere from 16 to 24 volts AC between the red and the white wires is the cable that goes to the transformer.

Make sure one of those wires from the transformer goes to the "C" contact (pick one, say the red). Now you know the 2 remaining cables go to the front and rear door buttons. For now, just connect a red from one of the remaining cables to the "F" and one red from the other remaining cable to the "R". Then just twist the 3 remaining white wires (including the white wire from the transformer) together and cap them with a wire nut.

If the rear chime sounds when the front door button is pushed, just swap the wires on "F" with the "R"contacts..



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Soundes like you might have a loose or broken nutral wire(white) in the box where the fan is wired in. check that. If that is all wired right then look at the conections where you pluged in the fan. may be bad conoctors. Let me know. Happy to help.

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