how to fix the relè in a 503 wall box

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cucca
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Re: how to fix the relè in a 503 wall box

Post by cucca » 06 Jan 2018, 08:05

alpesm wrote:Yeah in this way is more difficult because you need to fix in some way the base of the relais, otherwise it will be not perpendicular!
Try to fix the base of the relais on the back of the 503 cover!
i thought about the solution to fix the base of the relè on the back of the 503 cover and maybe fix it with 2 screws, but i my first attempt to fix it with an hole in the 503 cover there were not contact with the boiler pins (everything was working except the boiler :) ). So i've enlarged the hole to let the connector passthrought the cover and join the relè... So i think that the thickness of the 503 cover could avoid a perfect join between the connector and the relè

GEORGzer
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Re: how to fix the relè in a 503 wall box

Post by GEORGzer » 06 Jan 2018, 12:59

Can't you just take the provided Relais cable, screw/glue it to one of those 502 covers, connect the cables (which may have to be shortened), put the cover on the box and mount the Relais on the cable-connector?

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cucca
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Re: how to fix the relè in a 503 wall box

Post by cucca » 06 Jan 2018, 13:48

GEORGzer wrote:Can't you just take the provided Relais cable, screw/glue it to one of those 502 covers, connect the cables (which may have to be shortened), put the cover on the box and mount the Relais on the cable-connector?

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well, I solve my problem making an hole in the 503 cover a little bigger than the cable-connector :)

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