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    I have an old guardian in that's going bad and not quite sure how the wiring goes. I moved wire 82 from ts1-g to f. Then wire 29 to rl3 2. Moved wire 7 out from ts1-h to i thought h5. Dont see it labeled tho. But now I'm confused on the wires that were number 7 and 8 on the guardian. I got terminal 7 (wire 29) to rl3-2. But not sure on terminal 8 wire. Cause that wire went from terminal 8 on guardian to ts1-e. Do I just remove that wire completely or does it go somewhere on the deltrol?
    Hope that wasn't to confusing. After I took that terminal 8 wire off and turned the machine on I got nothing but the ball accelerator working. Any suggestions?

  • #2
    You need to disconnect terminal 7 wire from TS1-H and splice it to wire from termial 8. Here are the instructions as they are written from Brunswick:

    1. Move wire #82 from TS1-G to TS1-F
    2. Disconnect existing wire #7 from TS1-H (the other end of wire #7 goes to RL2-F)
    3. Splice existing wire #7 to labeled wire #8. This is transformer wire H5, previously connected to old contactor terminal #8
    4. Connect labeled wire #7 (previously connected to old contactor terminal #7) to RL3-2 (on new contactor)

    Hope this helps
    You don't have to be crazy to do this job...But it helps!


    • #3
      Yes I got that. But h5 comes out from the transformer? I see 5 wires coming out and 1 is wing nutted off. So I thought that was h5 so I wing nutted that to wire 7. But the wire that was on terminal 8 before went to ts1-e. that was not wire 7 or h5. So I took that off.


      • #4
        Do you have 208v or 220v machines? That will help as the 2 are wired slightly different.
        You don't have to be crazy to do this job...But it helps!


        • #5
          208. It was a guardian 2320u series


          • #6
            The motor start relay comes on along with the accelerator. But motor contact does not.


            • #7
              Nevermind figured it out.


              • #8
                You might explain what you did to make it work. Could be beneficial to others.
                I'm going fishing and camping!


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Knowledge_is_key View Post
                  Nevermind figured it out.
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