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    Question Thermo King CB C1-10 C


    Gentlemen and Ladies,

    Greeting to all fellow Reefer Men from here in Music City USA. I am in need for a schematic on an older Thermo King Unit.
    The details:
    M/N: CB C1-10
    S/N: C423874592
    B/M: 712978

    R12 8.5 lbs

    I replaced the Low-Pressure cut-out as it had a hole rubbed in the capillary line. I thought that was the only issue, but was incorrect in this assumption. I've checked the control board, diode, fuses, and all associated controls in the control panel and box. I can get the compressor to energize by applying 12V directly to the clutch assembly, but not automatically. The problem that I'm encountering is that all of the identifying nomenclature on the wires have been bleached out by the Sun... So, the dilemma that I face is akin to finding a needle in a needle stack...

    I am an independent contractor and would greatly appreciate any help in this vexing matter.

    Thank You,

    Music City Ref



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    Re: Thermo King CB C1-10 C

    Quote Originally Posted by Music City Ref View Post
    Gentlemen and Ladies,

    Greeting to all fellow Reefer Men from here in Music City USA. I am in need for a schematic on an older Thermo King Unit.
    The details:
    M/N: CB C1-10
    S/N: C423874592
    B/M: 712978

    R12 8.5 lbs

    I replaced the Low-Pressure cut-out as it had a hole rubbed in the capillary line. I thought that was the only issue, but was incorrect in this assumption. I've checked the control board, diode, fuses, and all associated controls in the control panel and box. I can get the compressor to energize by applying 12V directly to the clutch assembly, but not automatically. The problem that I'm encountering is that all of the identifying nomenclature on the wires have been bleached out by the Sun... So, the dilemma that I face is akin to finding a needle in a needle stack...

    I am an independent contractor and would greatly appreciate any help in this vexing matter.

    Thank You,

    Music City Ref
    I think I may have the schematic you need, can you PM me with your email address?

    Cheers,
    djbe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djbe View Post
    I think I may have the schematic you need, can you PM me with your email address?

    Cheers,
    djbe.
    Hello djbe,

    Thank you for the quick response
    My email is:

    sarnia_rocks@yahoo.com

    Thank YOu in Advance for helping me get this unit back ion tip top shape!

    Best Regards,
    Music City Ref
    Last edited by chillin out; 01-08-2010 at 12:59 PM.

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    Re: Thermo King CB C1-10 C

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