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Wanted to find a wiring diagram for the 3 main power wires,red,black and white,going to the switches. they were disconnected at the terminals for cleaning the top side and weren't labeled. I have it narrowed down by the scratch marks from the re3moval but want to be sure.

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  • stephen_w533 Mar 27, 2011

    citation 2001

  • stephen_w533 Mar 27, 2011

    sorry, it is an older citation 2001,3 power supply terminals just need to be slid over the posts. but there are quite a few.

  • stephen_w533 Mar 27, 2011

    have an older citation 2001 popcorn machine. 3 main power wires are slid off the posts on the switches buss bar.there are quite a few posts and i want to be sure they go back on the correct ones ,so i either need a diagram or a way of tracing.they are red,black and white, no green.

  • stephen_w533 Mar 27, 2011

    Citation 2001.No green coming out of the main cord.

  • stephen_w533 Mar 27, 2011

    Its a citation 2001,older. Its got quite a few posts on the "bussbar" to the switches that weren't being used. Just the three of them wires need to be slid back on to the posts to reconnect main power.How would i know for sure which ones to go to?

  • stephen_w533 Mar 29, 2011

    Thank you, although my 2001 is much older.

    Here's the thing. The diagrams of most models show the black and white going to the same switches , no matter how modern, but if you look closely to the picture in the parts manual you can see a red wire from the main power, mine also has a red from the main three. The schematics i have seen do not address the red wire and where it goes. They all show green. Am I wrong? What am i missing, it's got to be very simple.

    Thank you again so much for your time.

    from Steve.

  • stephen_w533 Mar 29, 2011

    excellent advice.and so superbly simple and fool proof. the only question is where would it go on the bussbar if it is ground. i will start there though, thank you.



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What is the model number?

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    Keith Drake Mar 27, 2011

    What a cool machine.

    here is a link to your machine.

    click on the link

    you can download your spec manual,installation manual,and parts manual.

    the connections have a nice picture in the installation manual.

    If you have further questions please post.


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    Keith Drake Mar 29, 2011

    If you plugged in the cord without hooking up the other end,using your volt meter,you could find the hot wire and neutral wire and the ground wire.

    My guess it would be black is hot...white is neutral and red is ground.

    However to find out for sure....disconnect the should have two screws on each side and see what wire is hooked up to ground....the one prong on the bottom of the cord. That one will be the ground wire.

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    Keith Drake Mar 29, 2011


    Let me know what you find out please.

    We will figure it out.


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Need to know the brand and model number....
please post back!

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