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Old 10-01-2018, 01:43   #16
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Re: Dessalator Duo100 220V motor problem

I believe Dave now has the solution for the 230VAC problem. Good. If you don't mind me drifting a little, I heard that the relay on the 12VDC motor is also a fragile part of the dessalator. Anyone has experience with this ? It seems a bit weird to me that the relay is fixed to the motor as it gets quite hot ! Maybe fixing the relay somewhere else would be a good idea ? Could be the same for the 230VAC capacitor ?

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