Question about Campbell Hausfeld Welding Tools
OK well usually whenever a switch such as this is utilized, usually the Center Connector is the "Feed/Fed " and the two "Outer" terminals are the "Outputs/Inputs", However this is NOT the way your switch is wired, it seems yours is more of a "Selector" switch, IE: Low to High.
What you first need to do, is use an Ohm meter, and find the Earth wire, (usually this wire is green, or green/yellow, sometimes even Black) but CHECK this, in any event, this wire is most likely the "Common" and the 15a & 20a are connected to that in turn? and when switched it selects a High speed or a Low speed, by the putting of a Ground signal on either one of those connections?
You also need to meter out the switch to find that common connection, and which one is active at default, and then use i would think, the LOW setting as default, with the High, being the selectable.
hope this helps, BE CAREFUL PLEASE.
I have searched for data on this but could find none, perhaps you could try the manufacturer, i have no doubt, they will assist you if you require.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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