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Crystal Mountain Water Cooler GLE C2WTW1Overload relay

overload relay not cooling compressor

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#1 Brooke Falconer

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 07:16 PM

Was wondering if anyone had any advice on the overload and relay for the compressor on a water cooler. My local parts distributor doens't stock parts for this brand and cannot reccomend a 'generic' compressor relay and overload for this tucomseh compressor. Anyone have any part numbers for me that will work??
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Posted 16 November 2012 - 07:50 PM

What is the model number on the compressor?

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 07:56 PM

A small 3-1 will do the trick
or if the overload is good and it's just the relay you need, use the old overload and any PTC type start device that was removed from a small "dorm" type mini fridge will work just fine , you can find a used one at any flea market for 10 bucks
if the overload is bad it gets tricky and i cannot recommend doing anything except the 3-1 unit

you did check this compressor by running it ? to make sure your not wasting your time ?
you did use a tool like the "ANNIE" to check amp draw when running ?
SORRY ABOUT THE SPELLING , I FIX GREAT , I DON'T SPELL WELL





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