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I have a crosley refrigerator Model CT19B6f that we moved, when doing so the starter and overload came off the compressor. I would like to re-attach them correctly and am not sure how to do it. There are 3 pins on the side of the compressor and it looks as though the starter connects to the bottom two and the overload to the top pin. There is also a flat connector on the overload as well as on the compressor, should there also be a wire to connect those that we may have lost or do I have all I need?

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[QUOTE=scottmiles;65722]...[B]1.[/B] There are 3 pins on the side of the compressor and it looks as though the starter connects to the bottom two and the overload to the top pin...

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Hi Scott,

1. You are absolutely right.

2. The "flat" connector on the overload should be connected to the Blue wire (incoming hot wire). The "flat" connector on the compressor is probably the ground and it is not necessary to connect it.

Here are the break down and the wiring diagram for the Crosley refrigerator [url=http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?diagram_id=661739&&model_id=47783]Model CT19B6FQ[/url]

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[QUOTE=Gene;65992]Hi Scott,

1. You are absolutely right.

2. The "flat" connector on the overload should be connected to the Blue wire (incoming hot wire). The "flat" connector on the compressor is probably the ground and it is not necessary to connect it.

Here are the break down and the wiring diagram for the Crosley refrigerator [url=http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?diagram_id=661739&&model_id=47783]Model CT19B6FQ[/url]

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Thanks Gene for taking the time to help, that solves my problem.

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