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CK 61 Fields woes

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  • GW
    GW Member Posts: 4,676
    CK 61 Fields woes

    Hi fellas,

    I'm struggling with this timer relay on a CK61. The first one didn't work; I suspected the electric killed it because it was all screwed up (wiring, that is). So I get there today ready to rewire the world (oh I forgot to mention the wiring diagram had vanished as well), and I totally spaced and hooked a N wire on the timer relay to a hot. My brain is fried after this heat wave we had-

    This is an oil job with SWJ, and a Beckett/Honeywell primary; I'm sorry I forget the actual model.

    Is there a way to comfirm when these things are actaully dead? My big issue is the fan keeps running and running- it will not shut off. Thanks for any tips-

    Gary Wilson
    Gary Wilson
    Wilson Services, Inc
    Northampton, MA
    [email protected]
  • Ray Landry
    Ray Landry Member Posts: 203


    Not sure if this will help or not but i worked on a fan in the can vented hwh one time that had the same complaint about fan running constantly... the air pressure switch was stuck in the closed position.... I replaced it w/ new and had the same problem.... talked to feilds and there is actually a 5mm allen screw which you back off to relieve the pressure which builds up inside the switch. if your switch is always sensing pressure than it's giong to assume there is a flame burning.
  • GW
    GW Member Posts: 4,676
    air switch

    I'm not sure I follow you; it's the fan motor of the power venter that makes the air switch.

    Gary
    Gary Wilson
    Wilson Services, Inc
    Northampton, MA
    [email protected]
  • Leo
    Leo Member Posts: 770


    Gary,

    The Field Controls web site has wiring diagrams.

    Leo
  • Mitch_4
    Mitch_4 Member Posts: 955
    try this

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