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Trinary switch question

I am ready to wire up my Vintage Air Gen IV system, the hoses are all hooked up and holding vacuum. Can anyone tell me how many connections are on a trinary switch. I have two connections (spade) on mine and from looking at the instructions I may be missing something. I may have a binary switch. Any photos of the proper trinary switch would be helpful.


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Re: Trinary switch question

Yes you have a binary switch. It has 2 spade lugs. The trinary switch has 4 spade lugs. Call vintage air and order a trinary switch.

The trinary switch has 2 terminals for the fan and 2 terminals for the compressor.

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