Malfunctions and pump connection diagram Clever BC-3

Anisim asks:

As usual, I plugged the pump into the outlet, but this time something went wrong.
After working for less than a second, the pump stood up, smoke went from the outlet and the machine gun was knocked out in the dashboard.

In my infinite wisdom, I decided that the problem was in the outlet and again tried to turn on the pump through the extension cord. I myself do not know how I am still alive, with such an instinct for self-preservation ...

A quiet clap, a hand covered in soot, smoke from a fork and again a knocked-out machine gun in the dashboard.

Having decided that the problem is in the wire, I decided to change it. He took off the panel from the pribluda where the cable should go, unhooked the wires and was happy to go to the store. While I was putting on my shoes, it finally dawned on me:

1) why did I actually decide that replacing the wire would help?

2) if I do buy it, how will I connect everything? I didn't have the mind to take a photo “as it was”.

So I decided to ask the internet.

How can I make a diagnosis - what exactly is wrong with my pump (Clever BTs-3)? And if it's really a wire - how to connect a new one?

There are 3 wires from the pump - yellow, black and red. And the capacitor CBB60. The native wire is green-yellow (ground, huh?), Brown and blue. If you manage to buy the same, then in what combination should you combine them?

Sorry for the confusion.

The question is answered: Alexey Bartosh
Hello! A really funny situation! There are two options - somewhere in the short circuit cable or it's time to change the pump. In yours, the engine could jam, it could pierce the windings (short circuit) between themselves or on the case or on the case and among themselves. You need to ring the cable cores between themselves, while it must be disconnected from the network, and if you do not have a multimeter and have 9 lives, then you can insert the disconnected cable into the outlet (make sure that the wires at its second end do not touch each other, but of course you cannot do this costs.

If the veins of the disconnected cable do not "ring" among themselves, then ring the wires from the pump windings to the housing. There is no particular sense in measuring the resistance of the windings, since neither I nor you, I think, know what it should be.

About "how to connect back", why did you disconnect the capacitor? Was it constantly connected to the engine during operation? Or did you have to press a button when starting up? (judging by your story, what was simply plugged into the outlet, the capacitor was connected permanently)

Again we take a multimeter, we measure the resistance. You will have, for example, a small resistance between 1 and 2 wires, a large one between 1 and 3, and an average resistance between 2 and 3. Then the 2nd wire is common. We connect the phase and zero to those two wires between which the resistance is less (this is the working winding), and from the phase through the capacitor, the wire between which and the common wire is greater. If it turned out that there are the same resistances between the "common" wire and the "extreme" ones, then it does not matter which of the windings is connected through the capacitor. That is, phase and zero for 2 wires, and the third to phase through a capacitor.


09/02/2019 at 16:19

"Why did you disconnect the capacitor?" - at first I wanted to say that I did it to remove the wire. Alya there it was connected like this: of the three wires, one was on the case, one was directly to the wire from the pump, and one was connected through a capacitor, sort of like.
But now, as he began to remember and began to think - is it really, because then the extra wire left? For FROM the pump, there are three of them, and in the pump, only two are obtained. WTF?

"Was it constantly connected to the engine during operation?" - yes, you didn't have to press any buttons anywhere.

When it comes to household electricity, I'm a complete noob.

So I take a multimeter and measure the resistance of the pumping wires?
One probe to black (H) and one to red (K), then to black and yellow (F), then to yellow and red? The resistance is as follows: CHK = 10.8 ChJ = 34.5 LC = 25.

And then I froze.

I have 3 wires from the power cord - brown, blue and yellow-green.

The yellow-green goes to the case, I attached it to the ground in a plug.

And then what?

I have two wires at the input, and three at the output, and a capacitor between them.

As a result, there should be: red + brown, black + blue + one from the capacitor, yellow + the second from the capacitor?

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