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What kind of phones do you have connected? I...

What kind of phones do you have connected? I have used a setup for measuring my line as this: http://www.classicrotaryphones.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=8228.0;attach=43586;image ...
06-12-19, 12:46 PM
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Pictures might help, cowers should be removed to...

Pictures might help, cowers should be removed to see the wires, but please do not take any risks.
I'm living in Norway, and we have similar supply, but national differences may occur.

The...
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It is always a way around, I guess the smart...

It is always a way around, I guess the smart switches are because you want some kind of remote control, that switch has to control a 3 phase contactor or a 3 phase solid state relay. These ssr's...
06-06-19, 08:36 AM
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Maybe some pictures may help us understand this...

Maybe some pictures may help us understand this better?
06-06-19, 08:26 AM
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The new motor are pretty different. and if it was...

The new motor are pretty different. and if it was mine I would have considered to take the chance of ruin it.

I would have started with some testing, probably it will run for full speed with power...
06-06-19, 08:10 AM
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Are you shore it not is the motor protection who...

Are you shore it not is the motor protection who is wrong? It is a kind of fuse releasing on high load = temp.

If you put a wire between OR and WH and the motor runs, it is the protective device...
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Telephone lines are pretty much the same as 100...

Telephone lines are pretty much the same as 100 yrs ago. Telephones has changed, we have got more sensible electronics, and the surroundings has changed. A good old telephone without any battery...
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Doorbells ar lo power, so I guess if you short...

Doorbells ar lo power, so I guess if you short the 2 wires, nothing worse then a defct transformer may be the result, probably nothing.

My guess is that it something else make the sound unless the...
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I did that 10 years ago, and the roll is still...

I did that 10 years ago, and the roll is still hanging there. (I live in Norway)
04-10-19, 10:50 AM
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Take a look here at page 372 here: ...

Take a look here at page 372 here: https://bit.ly/2Iqkks4
04-10-19, 10:38 AM
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3100W/230V = (approx) 13,5A this is to much for a...

3100W/230V = (approx) 13,5A this is to much for a 10A plug/socket. This is the current needed at least when the oven is heating up, so you have to dimension everything for 16 A circuit. I guess...
03-28-19, 12:44 PM
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I was thinking pretty equal to what Geo suggest,...

I was thinking pretty equal to what Geo suggest, but since I am outdated on NEC I did not dare to say so. :-)
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Once I lived in a house from 1940, when the tank...

Once I lived in a house from 1940, when the tank was filled , the overflow came back in a "monitoring" tube.
Since you have an automatic valve I guess it just closes when the tank is full. If I...
02-02-19, 02:08 PM
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Right but Pardodot seems to be in Israel, where...

Right but Pardodot seems to be in Israel, where they allow use of the unpolarized 2 prong plugs, they should be avare of that risk, just as we are here in Europe. (Except UK?) :-)

dsk
01-29-19, 11:42 AM
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The L and N is not of other importance here than...

The L and N is not of other importance here than that the relay is in the L line. This will equal a table lamp with a switch on the cord, and an un-polarized plug. (old US style)(euro plug style)...
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The scotch lock connector is not ideal, but it is...

The scotch lock connector is not ideal, but it is working surprisingly well when you have nothing else. For the data you need only 4. Proffesionals may use:...
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Posted By d_s_k

Do not use to tiny wires! The longer they are...

Do not use to tiny wires!
The longer they are the ticker you need. The ringer it selves does not need many va (almost equal to watts) but the voltage drop in a wire may need some energy too.
As...
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We solved it by downloading an SMS/MMS app called...

We solved it by downloading an SMS/MMS app called messages. Not perfect, but OK and well tested.
11-19-18, 07:58 AM
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1) Yes! 2) Yes! a) Give it a try, keep the ...

1) Yes!
2) Yes!
a) Give it a try, keep the lamps mentioned in b) on, a load makes the situation real.

If that works, we stop there :-)
11-19-18, 02:01 AM
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Moogy, so far you have done it right, and given...

Moogy, so far you have done it right, and given lots of good information. Even when I'm living in another country with a different power system this are well explained.
I guess you have looked at...
10-12-18, 04:25 AM
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Posted By d_s_k

Manual: https://goo.gl/UBS3HF As you see of...

Manual: https://goo.gl/UBS3HF

As you see of the diagram you may need a number of wires depending on need of chime, door opener etc. The power supply for chimes and locks may still be the existing...
10-12-18, 04:07 AM
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Posted By d_s_k

For such short run you will not have to calculate...

For such short run you will not have to calculate 1.5 mm2 max 10 A breaker. If it is hot where the cables run e.g. inside the sauna, you may consider 2.5 mm2.

Most European codes will say it is...
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Posted By d_s_k

You will get all the help you need here: Classic...

You will get all the help you need here: Classic Rotary Phones Forum - Index (http://www.classicrotaryphones.com/forum/index.php)
03-04-18, 11:59 AM
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Posted By d_s_k

Just turn the switch one step to V AC (AC=~)...

Just turn the switch one step to V AC (AC=~) plug the 2 cables in to the jack on the right side Usually we put the black on COM.
Picture:...
10-14-17, 08:52 AM
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Posted By d_s_k

That is a struggle I know, and have solved by...

That is a struggle I know, and have solved by using an adapter and glued that adapter to the multi voltage unit.
That happens when we here in Norway (230V 50 Hz) buys equipment made in fa east, it...
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