View Full Version : Hobart QF2 electr / defrost question
08-06-2010, 06:18 PM
I got a unit with the oem temp sensor replaced with a cut in out bulb and a new defrost timer .The deal is this ??-I need the sensing bulb to break the defrost timer termination solenoid through the common  x pole to the no name pole that commons the solenoid . This left me with no temp control to the line on the contactor -hence no temp control .....How is temp and dts controlled with a timer like this one[6145 paragon look a like ] ?Help Im bleedin /sweatin out around memphis town.. -Im a new HVAC guy -i dont sell the /r part.....this aint no trick question ,fellers
08-06-2010, 11:10 PM
this has busted my bubble on hvac talk,you sum*****s rant on other questions about nothing .pure know it alls
08-07-2010, 09:12 AM
As a charter member of the Gruppie Club, I suggest that you just move on son.
08-09-2010, 11:15 AM
1st thing I AINT YOUR SON..You must've known everything in your first 6 months...And qualifying your post with "charter member" means what to who ?? I'm an installer "trying learn".......seen you guys on other jobs as a tradesman - that wouldnt tell anybody ****..its called over emphasied self importance...you wouldnt share any info out of arrogance
08-09-2010, 01:13 PM
Thats Right "SON". And mostly because we deal with young Know it alls, that if you try to explain something to them their standard answer is "I know, I Know". If you really want to know something, the first thing you do is clean up your language, take a course in proper english, and then ask a viable question. Otherwise,,,,,please go away. We were all new to the trade at the beginning, and most of us asked questions, and were respectful of our elders, and smarter people that we were fortunate enough to learn from. We have paid our dues, and if we are a little arrogant, it's because of guys like you.
08-09-2010, 03:23 PM
No disrespect intended.As far as my english skills and memory recall -its questionable because of an explosion 4 1/2 yrs ago in a lil town in a desert in a far away land called IRAQ.I have also paid some "dues" in a different line of reference..If your intent was to call me stupid .......hell tell me something i dont know.I'll find out the solution if it hair lips Houston,Tx.I've looked all over the web / library . You could have already pulled me outta the dark on my "dumb question". Sometimes I say things bluntly-nothing personal...it is what it is..............and i am whats left of me...peace podna upward and onward
08-09-2010, 04:29 PM
http://www.heatcraftrpd.com/resources/wiringdiagrams/H-IM-77C.pdf Page 16,bottom diagram. Are you looking for something like this? (It references a paragon timer, I think you have a precision timer-the terminals are labled differently).
08-09-2010, 11:27 PM
The hobart R/I/F had a heater safety to drop out the heaters. The OEM mounts on the coil and one leg to heater and the other out of the clock. Set for a 20 min. defrost originally. The R/I shouldn't need more time to deice only more frequency. The hobarts didn't terminate from my experience only drop the heaters. Unless something has been modified from the original
08-12-2010, 07:55 PM
I appreciate ALL the posts ..ole "uniservice" was right ...I was thinking in a defilade posture..got it ironed out ..didnt have a wiring scheme on this *!>x<?* hobart and they dont post 'em on "their proprietory" website.
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