|Budget Appliance Repair wrote:
No Jedi, Float switch is N.O. but weight of float resting on switch arm closes the N.O. switch so water can fill. When water gets to high and raises float off switch arm switch goes into N.O. state and stops water, (I know you know this, we all get a little confussed as we get older).
Thanks, I was pretty sure it had to be N.O. Mr. Budget. But on my new micro sw. I installed the float doesn't compress the it to the N.C. state, is this not going to work? I couldn't find the exact brand micro but I thought this one would work. I put a meter on it and I have to push down on the float to make the contact. Do you think I should of just ordered a replacement float sw. assy??
Last edited on Sun Apr 24th, 2005 04:39 pm by elevatorman