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Twomed 10-05-2020 10:45 AM

Come on guys...7 years ago?? :facepalm: IRC It's a simple pivot switch like in the picture so it goes in so when it pivots down it breaks circuit. Think it was a N.C. (normally closed) position mount...that would be like jumpering. You can check it with an ohmeter up/down, it seems like if the fluid drops and the arm drops that was the way it worked.

Love my AQH but the leaky neck work around, this float thing, thermostats, in/out pex links, plus normal annual maint. Kind of answers the "what do you retired guys do all day"? Either learn to fix it or dump a bunch of dollars in a shop somewhere hoping you find a "tech" that can really fix it right the first time. :banghead:

Off to the new Girard motor project next. :eek:

shootist 10-05-2020 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Twomed (Post 5468461)
Come on guys...7 years ago?? :facepalm: IRC It's a simple pivot switch like in the picture so it goes in so when it pivots down it breaks circuit. Think it was a N.C. (normally closed) position mount...that would be like jumpering. You can check it with an ohmeter up/down, it seems like if the fluid drops and the arm drops that was the way it worked.

Love my AQH but the leaky neck work around, this float thing, thermostats, in/out pex links, plus normal annual maint. Kind of answers the "what do you retired guys do all day"? Either learn to fix it or dump a bunch of dollars in a shop somewhere hoping you find a "tech" that can really fix it right the first time. :banghead:

Off to the new Girard motor project next. :eek:

7 years ago? What are you referring to? It takes a little time learning new systems. If you have something helpful please chime in.

Twomed 10-10-2020 06:50 AM

Switch Wiring
 
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Originally Posted by shootist (Post 5468861)
7 years ago? What are you referring to? It takes a little time learning new systems. If you have something helpful please chime in.

Check posts #11 and #13

My response was to Rick about which way to orient the float lever. :thumb:

Of course if you spend $150 it just goes straight in.

Ivylog 10-11-2020 07:45 AM

“ Of course if you spend $150 it just goes straight in.” :D :D :D and they multiply


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