Lincoln power luber 1400 older trigger switch 286095 wiring diagram, lincoln industrial, lubrication equipment

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 1400 Power Luber 286095 Switch and Wiring Diagram OLD TRIGGER WIRING FOR 1400 POWER LUBER
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Trigger Switch 286095 Wiring

see Diagram  Below

Dated: March 2013:

Question: A customer with a 14.4 power luber and the switch 286095 was bad.  He told me that when he touches the two wires together, the motor works fine but when he puts the wires in on the holes of the switch, pulls the trigger, the motor does not work.

Answer: I think he may be putting the wires in the wrong socket connections for the 286095 switch.  There are 7 holes in the 286095 switch that the wires could go into.  So I gave him the numbers the wires are suppose to go into.  There is a jumper wire that must go into socket 2 and 4.   Coming out of socket 3 is the black wire that goes up to the motor.  Coming from the battery negative polarity side is a wire that goes into socket 7 and I believe that is black.   Willard said it is red, but looking at the print, the red is positive.  That might be his problem .   The red wire from the battery connection goes up to the motor.  The negative side of the battery is what goes through the switch



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