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Robertshaw Techs. I have a bad Robertshaw Switch (224-0056-00)

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Robertshaw Techs.

I have a bad Robertshaw Switch (224-0056-00) (83) type Hp53A6
120 v, 60hz, code 5D75 from a CYCL-FLex Timer.

Is there a place in Rockford, il. I can buy two of the switches.

Thank You,

Norman D. Ealey [email protected]
1-XXX-XXX-XXXX ext. 312
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Rick Mather replied 6 years ago.
Can you tell me what this came off of and what its purpose is?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Rick Mather:

 

This Timer controls a Hot Stamp machine on how long the Hot Stamp stays down before returning to the top. The small Robertshaw Micro Switches are bad.

Expert:  Rick Mather replied 6 years ago.

See if these are any help use jump to micro switches

 

http://www.kenselectronics.com/lists/switches.htm#Micro

Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Rick Mather

 

I recived the web site of switches, but the switches I need, I do not see.

 

My switches are 1/4 thick, 13/16ths. wide, 1 5/16 long, with the

numbers(NNN) NNN-NNNN00 and number 83 printed on the back.

Also this switch has (4) mounting holes.

Moulded on the other side, it says Robertshaw, ACRO DIVISON

COLUMBUS, OHIO.

 

This switch may have been made just for my TIMER

 

Thank You

 

NORMAN D. Ealey

Expert:  Rick Mather replied 6 years ago.
Sorry will have to opt out I don't know this answer
Expert:  Rick Mather replied 6 years ago.
Good luck finding these switches