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I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 9:52 pm
by Pick-Fu
I have an old HPC1200 that had a 12v motor but was missing a lot of the stuff that should have been there. I now have a 120V motor but it came with a circuit board for a feature I dont have. I do not want to install it so I need to know if anyone out there has an HPC1200 that only has the Capacitor in the wiring and if so can you post a pic or send one my way so I can see how it is wired..

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 10:35 pm
by Pick-Fu
Never mind... I got it

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 3:09 am
by Pick-Fu
Image

I finally finished with the HPC1200 and got it all dialed in.

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:32 pm
by jeffmoss26
Wow! the machine is looking great. Glad I could help with the lens.

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 4:01 pm
by Pick-Fu
Thanks again Jeff... I almost contacted you about checking on other parts but the ones I had worked out ok.
If I can get my hands to stop hurting I will take the RYTAN 100 apart next.

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:41 am
by Pick-Fu
I feel so stupid!!!

My memory has been getting bad for the last few years but after getting the HPC1200 completely redone, I finally ordered the Medeco keys I needed for my KIK cylinders. I got the keys today and was very excited because I would finally be able to cut the keys.... I took them out to the garage and realized that not only do I not have the Medeco "C" jaw but I also dont have the 1012 cutter... :bird:

Well I guess its time to take them to the locksmith and have them cut the keys (maybe change the bitting while they are at it.)

Re: I need pics of the wireing of an HPC1200

PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:17 am
by Pick-Fu
Well, I cut a key using the 90-MC cutter instead of the 1012 and used the normal A jaw instead of the C jaw. I guess the C jaw holds the key farther out because I ran out of adjustment and had to try a couple times to get the right depth of the cuts. They mostly came out close enough except the 1st cut that was a #3 cut RIGHT, I cut that one a little low so the key is not smooth when turning.

Oh well, the key works and I have 4 left to have done right.