Here is what I’m finding:
1. New gauge installed. Low pressure is about 4psi
2. I moved the SWG from NO-3 to Aux NO-4 and left COM 4 empty. I used a cable jumper from AC(terminal 1) to Aux NO4.
I turned on pump in low and aux on. SWG would turn on but once I switched to high SWG would turn off. I opened the SWG and it is set with the jumpers for 240. Original wiring when it works in high only is as follows:
1. Three cables come from SWG into timer.
2. One Black to com 1 and another black to NO 3.
From the pump I have three cables:
1. Black goes to Com 2
2. Blue goes to Com 1
3. Red goes to Com 3.
So question is, how should the wiring from SWG be to work on both low and high? Any ideas or should I start a new thread?
I just tested the following:
1. Placed the black cable from SWG that was going into COM 1 over AC terminal
2. I moved second cable from SWG that was on No-3 over to Aux com 4.
3. I placed a jumper from Ac Terminal 2 over to Aux No-4. This allowed for SWG to work in low and high. The only thing I didn’t like is that when SWG turned on it sound like a hard start noise. I decided to move all cables back how they were. Not sure if that’s a normal noise but it did work in both speed.