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bilnsnow
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Posted Thu Oct 18, 2012, 10:39am
Subject: Re: faema p/4-p/6  just bought it. mistake or not?
 

Your mistake, my mistake?  I just bought one for the same price.  I am interested in the pressure switch wiring.  Mine was all disconnected inside the switch and the person I bought it from doesn't know the wiring.  If you could snap a pic of the wiring to the switch, I would greatly appreciate it.  There are five black wires and four brown ones.  
thanks, Bill in Lodi, CA
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Posted Fri Oct 19, 2012, 4:55am
Subject: Re: faema p/4-p/6  just bought it. mistake or not?
 

It is unlikely you will get a reply, this is a pretty old thread and the poster has not logged in for 10 months.

You might try starting your own thread in the restoration section of the board. Pictures help a lot as well as specific model numbers for your particular machine. The more info we have the better but sometimes we can only give general information as the amount of information available to us (via Google search, same as is available to you, we don't have any secrete source of info though some here do repair equipment for a living)

 
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