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Old 01-28-2007, 07:35 PM   #1
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Is there an ELECTRICIAN in the house?

I need help with the wiring of my oven.
I have the 70 amp service to the garage.
I have a 60 amp contactor and I have a digital controller and thermocouple temp sensor type critter. I have 2 elements and want to run 4, so I will buy 2 more tomorrow. But I need help in wiring it all. I have a schematic to follow, but for example, my first confusion is the location of "a1" and "a2" on the contactor. Everythign else is labelled but those.
am willing to pay regular rate for your time if you come by I want it to be right and dont mind paying.
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I dont understand what your trying to get done Scoot. What kind of oven are you wiring ? For cooking or is this for your powder coating?

edit. Never mind. I see your phone#
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I figured it out.
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kinda like it hit me like "EUREKA!"
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if you still need help let me know i met you at Clayton's last week and might be back over there this wednesday...
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cool. I was about to bust out the NEC on ya
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cool. I was about to bust out the NEC on ya
Ha! I wrote the seller of the controller and aksed some questions. I dont wanna toast it. I did figure the contactor out but am still not usre on the digital controller unit.
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