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bobski 05-04-2013 01:42 PM

world famous bobski mystery thing, pic #256
 
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ok. here we have switches. dated 1976. anyone recognize what they are to? lights? oven? anyone know how to run those part numbers? i got a box of them.

dango 05-04-2013 03:19 PM

Looks like an old fashion readiostat or selector switch , one controls amps and RPM's and other ,selector would select function..!

Does dial click or turn smoothly ? Click would make a function select..!

Oooops , two wire hook-up makes it RPM , READIOSTAT.!

bobski 05-04-2013 03:24 PM

i'll have to check. i need a knob.

bobski 05-05-2013 11:36 PM

ok, you push them in and turn. when you go back to where it started, it pops out.

MisterMcCool 05-05-2013 11:42 PM

Like a timer?

bobski 05-05-2013 11:49 PM

or maybe a stove burner?

bobski 05-11-2013 03:40 AM

wheres dango when you need him?!

dango 05-13-2013 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by bobski (Post 1243227)
wheres dango when you need him?!

Hmmm.? Don't know what happened , lost my reply..! So again..!

When the knob is pushed in and turned clock-wise , do you feel"spring like tension".?

Is this device made by Westinghouse..?

Single loop wiring .? 4 terminals..?

Back in the day , things. Were biult to last so I think not a mechanical timer , too small for the era.!

No spring tension felt , I guess a readiostat , RPM , controller.!

dango 05-13-2013 09:11 PM

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Originally Posted by bobski (Post 1238072)
or maybe a stove burner?

You know , the stove burner control and a readiostat do work very similarly ,
They both control amount of current flow by resistance, Hmm..?

Again , a head-ache a come th. ! Eeeek.! :confused: I'm not much help..!

LOL , I do try..! :D

bobski 05-14-2013 12:29 AM

i thinking a stove dial for turning on an electric burner.
no tick tick tick. it doesnt wind down.
thus i think its for a burner.


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