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Centigrade 37 schematic question

By paulace

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

I'm just trying to interpret what switch this (red arrow) is on the C37 schematic. An O, Q, C? Anybody have a clearer schematic?

If you need more of the schematic to figure it out, I can do that.

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#2 2 years ago

Looking at parts of the schematic you didn't post, it's the 500 and 5 advances (G) relay

#3 2 years ago

Ah...thanks, Howard!

#4 2 years ago

I have the schematic and can confirm Howard's conclusion.

That is one of the 5 normally open switches on the G relay (which also has a normally closed switch)

#5 2 years ago

Thanks for the confirmation, Runbikeskilee - not that I doubted Howard for a moment. Sometimes it's easy to read a switch wrong on those schematics - G, C, D, O, Q ...they can all look very similar.

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