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I bought a new universal ac contactor relay to replaced the o.e.m. the new has l1 l2 t1 t2 . the old relay don't say l1 l2 t1 t2 or any indicatio.

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The contactor should look alike. Just make sure the same wires are on the same side as the old contactor. Don't worry so much of the l1/t1 and l2/t2

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