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Calad@hI have an Hobart 9T2, the heater 240v contact switch is defective. There is no number on the part.

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  • orcalad Oct 09, 2010

    The is there are no numbers on the contactor, I was hoping for the specific number. Grainger should be able to help. Thanks

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Hi,
All you need to know is tha coil voltage....that will be on the side of the round coil under the contacts... it is probably 240v... then if there are two or three contacts... and the amp draw of the heater coils...that will be on the nameplate....

Then go over to www.grainger.com and order a matching general purpose contactor from them... they will get it to you in a couple of days...

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Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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