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James Barrentine 06-12-2009 09:31 AM

Oven control pad
 
Hello, I bought an oven replacement control pad and could change everything but the DLB relay. It has two red wires and no other marks. The schematic calls them p3-1 and p3-2. They are plugged into the back of a black relay 1 vertical and one horizontal. The replacement has an orange relay with L2 and DLB for the two wires. Could you please tell me what goes where?

Gene 06-12-2009 02:22 PM

If you did not labeled the wires prior to remove them then you have to track them. According to the wiring diagram the wire which should be connected to the "P3-1" terminal is the incoming power from the "L2" terminal and the wire which should be connected to the "P3-2" terminal is the outgoing power to the heating elements.

Gene.

James Barrentine 06-12-2009 06:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gene (Post 96771)
If you did not labeled the wires prior to remove them then you have to track them. According to the wiring diagram the wire which should be connected to the "P3-1" terminal is the incoming power from the "L2" terminal and the wire which should be connected to the "P3-2" terminal is the outgoing power to the heating elements.

Gene.

I didn't remove them for that reason. Is there an easier way now to switch without tracing the wires?

James Barrentine 06-12-2009 07:32 PM

I didn't remove them for that reason. Is there an easier way now to switch without tracing the wires?

James Barrentine 06-12-2009 08:58 PM

Thanks Gene, I'll try it tomorrow. Let you know how it comes out.

James Barrentine 06-13-2009 08:27 AM

I connected the P3-1 wire to the L2 terminal. The other terminal had DLB on it. That is where I connected P3-2 wire. Is that correct? There was no other place to connect it.


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