replacing argo AR821-T

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replacing argo AR821-T

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Just had a switching relay crap out on me. Its an Argo - AR821-T - seems old. I can't find this model anywhere online, what can I replace it with?

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And I'd be willing to bet that this one would work also:

AR822II Single Zone Relay For Sale at Argo Technology, Inc. - USA

In fact, probably almost any single zone switching relay will probably do the job...

Honeywell R8845 comes to mind.
 
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And the Grundfos

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Originally Posted by NJ Trooper View Post
And I'd be willing to bet that this one would work also:

AR822II Single Zone Relay For Sale at Argo Technology, Inc. - USA

In fact, probably almost any single zone switching relay will probably do the job...

Honeywell R8845 comes to mind.
the R8845 - would it be the same as the YHR845A1030 sold at home depot?
 
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another question

is the relay replaceable on the argo 821? i mean can i just pull the bad one out and plug a new one in?
 
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It may be replaceable, the newer ones are. Give it a wiggle and see if it is socketed.

If it is, then take ALL the numbers you can find on the relay and post them here. If we can find a cross reference, you may be able to find a new relay for around $10 or so.

Ya know, it might be a good idea to ask; how do you know the relay is bad?
 
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the R8845 - would it be the same as the YHR845A1030 sold at home depot?
No... not the same, but will also work I believe. The 8845 is a 'universal' replacement for several of the Honeywell relays (and many others) and the 845 is among that group.
 
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