[ROVERNET - UK] Mystery part 3500 S NADA
p6rovers at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 5 16:20:07 BST 2006
Fritz and others,
Here are two pictures of the switch.
There is a flat portion at the end of the rotating rod
on which a knob will fit. At the end of the rod next
to the switch body, an eccentric cam is attached.
When the knob is rotated, the cam pushes a lever down
Hope that helps.
The coil of tubing looks like it has a temperature
The questions emerging:
What does it do?
Is it for a 3500 S or a 2000 TC air conditioning
Thanks for looking.
--- Fritz Rauschenberg <wfritz at mindspring.com> wrote:
> Could it be the thermostatic compressor cut-off for
> the Rover-Delanair A/C
> unit? If it is & you don't want it I could use it.
> Does the rotating
> rheostat rod look as though a knob would fit on it?
> Fritz Rauschenberg
> 69 2000TC Fed A/C
> Atlanta, GA
> > [Original Message]
> > From: Eric Russell <p6rovers at yahoo.com>
> > To: Rovernet <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
> > Date: 4/5/2006 1:14:31 AM
> > Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Mystery part 3500 S NADA
> > Hi,
> > I have a NOS mystery part that I'd like help in
> > identifying.
> > 1. In Rover box part #559226
> > 2. Marked as "switch" and produced in 1969
> > 3. On the switch: amrked as Ronco
> > 4. Has a temperature sensing coil from the switch
> > coiled up beside the switch
> > 5. Brass control rod turns about 270 degrees
> > In the Rover parts book of 1970 it is listed at
> > US$25.00
> > Any ideas?
> > Eric
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