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wiirng a water feeder

Empire_2Empire_2 Posts: 2,343Member
Ya know I was just browsing and when I was reading the first post in the topic,...I said to Myself....Self?....This would be a good time for Tim to jump in and BOOM!!!...There you were:-) Picture John Madden saying that.

Tough Actin Tim Action!!!

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Mike T.

PS; Thanks for the seminar updates.

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  • tom k_5tom k_5 Posts: 10Member
    wiring, water feeder

    hi, just would like to know the proper wiring for hooking up a model 101a mm automatic water feeder to a series 67 low water cutoff. ill use a sepeate 40va transformer, but dont what terminals to use on the water feeder. thank you tom
  • carol_3carol_3 Posts: 397Member


    You could try going online to the manufacturer of the water feeder for a wiring diagram.
  • McDonnell & Miller

    101A-24 and Series 67 LWC requires a MM transformer model 101-24V-48 first of all.

    Power the transformer off the primary side of the system transformer 120 volt line following proper polarity.

    Install the "C" (common) to one side of the water feeder from the water feeder attach the other wire to terminal 4 on the LWC.

    Finally wire the "R" (hot) from the transformer to terminal 3 on the LWC.
  • Just hangin around

    trying to help out.
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