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Posted by HeatPro on May 05, 2006 at 20:24:44:
In Reply to: Re: wiring of off-delay timer posted by Dave on May 05, 2006 at 17:57:54:
: Actually, looking at the diagram a little closer, this is what i did:
: *I wired power to the timer across 7 and 2
+++ Maybe, depending on whether those wires control the pump by being the same ones that operate the pump relay coil.
: *I left the neutral wire to the pump where it originally was (secured to neutral wire from boiler.
+++ Good, OK.
: *I ran hot wire from boiler to terminal 3
: *Hot wire to pump at terminal 1
+++ OK, these do the same thing as 6 and 8. One point of interest is why you don't do what the factory man said to do and use 6 and 8. Is it due to a relationship with Juan Betta?
: When the system is running, the pump runs, but as soon as the boiler shuts off, so does the pump. (there is no off-delay).
+++ Sure, if the power to the wire from the boiler that goes to 3 goes off, so will the pump.
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