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  • SIGMA fast/slow Leslie motor solenoid (in T Hammond)

    I have a feeling this 25v actuator has broken.
    Any ideas where I can get something which would replace it?
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    Originally posted by jim white View Post
    I have a feeling this 25v actuator has broken.
    Any ideas where I can get something which would replace it?
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    Service manual give :
    Relay is L602 with protective diodes D607.
    C621 and C622 protects the contacts against sparks.
    Any 24 Volt relay with one change over contact will fit.
    Exemple : https://www.--------/itm/Finder-24V-Relay-Miniature-SPDT-10A-DC-40-31-7-024-0000-Finder/122820721423?epid=748620811&hash=item1c98af7b0f:g: oJ8AAOSwH2VaFBwv
    This is an insdustrial standard existing in many brands.
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    • #3
      Do you know the wattage of the 47 ohm resistor marked with yellow circle?
      It is part of a schematic from a T series.
      Click image for larger version

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      • #4
        No idea of the power ratings of this resistor.
        I understand it limit the current on speed change and acts as a fuse if a motor stuck.

        Value and power is not critical.
        Read the marking (MFG Code)...look in the part list....

        JP

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        • #5
          Many thanks for the info. I got the 24v unit you suggested.

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