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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cool breeze 38 View Post
    that is a 50va transformer? sounds like its not big enough. going by your spec sheet it needs 32 va to hold it, which is the 1.1 amps. but needs much much more to pull it in. what was the original transformer size.

    you could put a rib relay and a 208 v coil. it would fix it. take the current contactor coil leads and put them to the rib coils. then 208v coil on the contactor
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    which way did you solve it, transformer or relay and a 208 coil

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    Got rid of the 50va transformer I installed. Took the original coil wires that came from the control board and put them on the coil wires of a rib relay.(A RIB relay will pull in at 10 to 30 VAC/VDC). ran 24v from the original 75VA transformer to N.O. contacts of the rib relay.

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