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not quite sure how to tag someone in,
@Lucien Nunes

hope that worked?

I have 3 contactors and original timer unit.
circa. 1975

free to good home.
just about to replace them with modern alternatives because the line contactor has developed a short on L2 to L3 when energised.

I will remove them in a considerate way on the assumption that you might want them.
please let me know if you don't so I can chuck them in the skip.

if Lucien has no requirement for his museum, they are free to anyone as long as it is for ornamental
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I think it worked - although I missed the resulting message!

If it's convenient, yes please, let's save them because the mechanical interlock is easy to see and demonstrate. We have a couple of similar setups (forwards / reverse, up/down on a lift) but on most star-delta starters the contactors are smaller and the interlock is hidden. PM follows...
 
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