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Posted By 7474

Never used the chime prior, so it's not a loss. ...

Never used the chime prior, so it's not a loss.

Works exactly as I wanted, so that's a win.

Thanks again.
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Posted By 7474

Well, it looks like I may have solved my own...

Well, it looks like I may have solved my own problem/situation.

I enrolled the garage entry door 5811 as a zone type #10 Interior with delay. I set the wireless keypad by the door to 30s exit...
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Posted By 7474

Thanks again for the reply and information.

Thanks again for the reply and information.
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the reply. I previously saw this...

Thanks for the reply.

I previously saw this option but was hoping for something that didn't require me to complete each time. Was looking for something that was automatic/pre-programmed.
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the reply. Sorry, I will attempt...

Thanks for the reply.

Sorry, I will attempt to describe my situation in more detail.

The garage entry door to the house has a 5811 on it. This is the door we use to enter and exit our house. ...
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Posted By 7474

L3000 and 5811

Hello,

I would like to set-up an entry/exit door to only arm with away and not with stay. Is this possible?

Thanks,

Jim
07-31-18, 09:47 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the reply. I would like like to...

Thanks for the reply.

I would like like to change it back to the 20amp because the GFCI is used for powering various wood working power tools. However, need to continue to research the ability...
07-31-18, 05:18 PM
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Posted By 7474

Bump for any assistance w previous post. Thanks.

Bump for any assistance w previous post. Thanks.
07-30-18, 08:23 AM
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Posted By 7474

The GFCI was a 20amp breaker with 12ga wire. The...

The GFCI was a 20amp breaker with 12ga wire. The timer is 15amp.

I have read that it is not permitted to have the 15amp timer on a 20amp breaker. However, I have also read that it is...
07-29-18, 08:52 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the continued assistance. I...

Thanks for the continued assistance.

I believe the project is a success. The timer is operational.

Originally, the pump switch shared a 2 gang PVC box with a GFCI outlet. The box measured...
07-28-18, 02:38 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the reply. I will go back and...

Thanks for the reply.

I will go back and change it out.

Does the 120 V connect to the contactor on opposite sides or the same side? I’ve seen it both ways, but more frequently opposite sides.
07-27-18, 07:30 PM
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Posted By 7474

Here was my solution???? 95629

Here was my solution????

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07-27-18, 06:50 PM
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Posted By 7474

It is mounted in a Plastic junction box not a...

It is mounted in a Plastic junction box not a metal box.
07-27-18, 06:27 PM
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Posted By 7474

Where do the 240v grounds connect to the...

Where do the 240v grounds connect to the contactor?
07-24-18, 10:07 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thank you very much, greatly appreciate all the...

Thank you very much, greatly appreciate all the assistance.
07-24-18, 09:34 PM
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Posted By 7474

Pete, thank you very much. Hopefully, last...

Pete, thank you very much.

Hopefully, last question on this thread. Is this how the timer would be wired to the contactor (besides that it shows 3 phase)?

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07-24-18, 07:52 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks Pete. Something like this..... ...

Thanks Pete.

Something like this.....

Packard Online Item Details (http://packardonline.com/Shop/Product/2514)

or this....

http://www.packardonline.com/Shop/Product/2508
07-24-18, 07:46 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks Pete. Can I use the parts off of the...

Thanks Pete.

Can I use the parts off of the Goulds GT 15 that I have for a back-up?

Also, I see from the goulds that one wire from the switch connects to the capacitor. Where does the 2nd...
07-24-18, 06:00 PM
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Posted By 7474

Bumping to see if anyone has any additional...

Bumping to see if anyone has any additional thoughts. Thanks.
07-24-18, 05:27 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks Pete. The pump is 240, but there is...

Thanks Pete.

The pump is 240, but there is 120 also available.

I assume the 240 line is one end of the contactor and the 240 load is the other end? Is the timer wired into the sides of the ...
07-24-18, 04:00 PM
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Posted By 7474

Also, I have both of those switches and they are...

Also, I have both of those switches and they are not currently being used. Again, appeals to my value side.
07-24-18, 03:06 PM
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Posted By 7474

Thanks for the reply. I’m starting to think...

Thanks for the reply.

I’m starting to think also that the single switch would be easier, although pricier. Especially since I would like a digital timer.

Thanks again for everyone’s...
07-24-18, 12:58 PM
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Posted By 7474

Could either of these be used in conjunction with...

Could either of these be used in conjunction with the contactor for creating a pump timer? Thanks.

...
07-23-18, 07:54 PM
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Posted By 7474

Or, is this a PSC motor that I have?

Or, is this a PSC motor that I have?
07-23-18, 05:49 PM
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Posted By 7474

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Trying to attach photos.
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