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  • BE wire diagram for MP chassis

    Looking for wire diagram or a good picture for the backend relay for an MP chassis. The house I'm doing this for only has the one MP chassis and I have none. Someone removed the BE relay to use in an other chassis.

    Thanks

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    If you create a free account on the AMF Customer Portal website you can download all sorts of manuals and schematics. The MP schematic should be on the list.

    https://www.qubicaamf.com/customerportal
    Experience: Currently Help Maintain 44 82-30s and 50 82-70s.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Louie_IV View Post
      If you create a free account on the AMF Customer Portal website you can download all sorts of manuals and schematics. The MP schematic should be on the list.

      https://www.qubicaamf.com/customerportal
      Already on there, didn't find one that helped. If you got name of a manual to look at?

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        http://www.qubicaamf.com/customerpor...029ec.pdf/view
        There! Try to NOT work now!

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        • #5
          Been Over that one.
          Found in the T4 area BE for 5&6 and BE over by the backend motor diagram is hard to read I'm guessing 4&3?!?! Then where's 7&8 is it jumpered like in the SS Chassis? Any other wild wires share any terminals?

          Thanks very much.

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