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Ok thank you!!
Also question 18 when I do a load analysis on the left convection element I fallow L1 up through the k2 relay and L2 from the thermal cutoff. And that gets L2 from the k7 relay correct
I didn’t even look at the strip circuit. Duhhhh. Thanks for the help
I is the broil igniter. So you want to test from P20-2 (which is L1) to PN-1 (which is neutral) to get a good measurement.
P1-n is neutral. But so is P20-2 so either one would work to get the measurement. So I’m not sure why I was wrong.
Sorry about the confusion. This is the one I was referring too:
Turn on broil and see if you’re getting 120 vac from P21-1 to P1-N on the electronic control board.
I made that connection shortly after posting the first time. I actually passed the unit. From the help you gave me yesterday I could figure out my problems today.
Well actually is the white neutral and the black line?
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Neal Strotman.
I can identify its 120v and where there’s grounding. Just kind of confused on how they travel and which ones which.
Not on this unit. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate the help.
So when you press the start switch neutral connects and starts and as the motor is running the centrifugal switch connects points m6-m5 leaving the start winding out of it?
I’m missing it… something is just not clicking.
So when the start switch is pushed it connects neutral to the start winding then when the button is released it takes the winding out of the circuit.
I think what’s messing me up is where the neutral is coming in by the start switch. Also when I follow the start switch wires they both go back to “X” on the timer. And that’s getting L2 so I assumed that’s what is supplying the timer. Maybe I’m tracing wrong? Or my thinking is wrong.
When the switch is pushed L2 is flowing