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Tburres
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Posted Sat Apr 5, 2014, 12:21pm
Subject: Vetrano 2B Hi-Limit switch wiring
 

I had a bad hi-limit switch on my machine and Chris' Coffee sent me a new one, but they sent a different part so i want to make sure i get the wires on correctly.  The new switch is a Campini Ty 60-R.  I have one set of two wires and one single wire - anyone know how they need to connect to this switch?

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Posted Sat Apr 5, 2014, 3:57pm
Subject: Re: Vetrano 2B Hi-Limit switch wiring
 

Tburres Said:

I had a bad hi-limit switch on my machine and Chris' Coffee sent me a new one, but they sent a different part so i want to make sure i get the wires on correctly.  The new switch is a Campini Ty 60-R.  I have one set of two wires and one single wire - anyone know how they need to connect to this switch?

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it's just a simple single pole switch so essentially it can be connected exactly the same as the other one was. it's not so much which way round the wires go, but the same 2 wires that were on one tab of the old switch must be together on one tab of this switch. I have attached a photo, because this is what your seeing I assume. The yellow arrows show the single and double wire. I could unplug them and reverse them  and it would make no difference whatsoever.

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Tburres
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Espresso: Silvia V3, Vetrano 2B
Grinder: Baratza Preciso, HG-One
Roaster: SCTO
Posted Sun Apr 6, 2014, 4:34pm
Subject: Re: Vetrano 2B Hi-Limit switch wiring
 

Thank you Dave.  And thank you for all the expertise you have shared over the past months.  Your review of this machine was the deciding factor for my purchase and I have really appreciated the gracious and patient support you offer!
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