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    electric devices

    what are the utility of those devices
    1 - which connect between the outdoor fan hi speed (3) and the (N) of the main supply
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    2- which connect between the contactor signal (1) and fuse and the indoor (N1) unit
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    Mabye if you blow the sand out of it you will find the schematic. This must be a mini split, you could cross reference the model numbers and try to get a schematic for it.
    It's not if your doing it right it's whether your doing the right thing that is important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toocoolforschool View Post
    Mabye if you blow the sand out of it you will find the schematic. This must be a mini split, you could cross reference the model numbers and try to get a schematic for it.
    thanx man
    i searched for it model number and i didnt find any manual
    the split ac type is samsung
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    Kefa, this is the wrong forum for your question.

    Are you a a service technician?
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Kefa, this is the wrong forum for your question.

    Are you a a service technician?
    sorry for that
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    Quote Originally Posted by kefah View Post
    sorry for that
    im hvac engineer
    Okay.

    We have a Tech To Tech forum where some questions get answered.

    The better idea for future reference is for you to review our guidance for becoming a Pro member (see below) and then you can post in the Pro member section, where we openly discuss technical matters, post files, etc.

    The question you asked might be a problem with our rules against DIY, since any answer to your question in an open forum (as opposed to a Pro forum, which is closed) results in the thread being indexed by search engines, and allows non-HVAC folks to access that information. Your question might encourage some homeowner to poke around in the wiring of their unit, and they could be injured.

    Welcome to the site. It is a wealth of information.
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    thanks

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