WTB older Fuji RC3631-4 contactor /motor starter, or just the coil.
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    Default WTB older Fuji RC3631-4 contactor /motor starter, or just the coil.

    Hello,
    I have an older Okuma lathe that needs a new starter coil. I would take the complete starter too.
    Fuji P/N RC 3631-4 on the starter and coil.
    The coil also has number B 59608 and a 1 after that.
    Hope someone out there can help or point me to a source.
    Thanks and have a good one.

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    Is this a reversing relay , din rail mount, amperage? Picture ? because it bloody awful friging cold out there so I am not inclined to go on a goose chase with out and ideal what a B 59608 .
    all that aside you may be able to use a Sqaure D or Cutler Hammer or what ever brand that will turn thing on or off or what ever Remote mount it if it is to big . The key is solve it you can if you want to .

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    Try this guy : MCC Electrical supply, 805 642 1507, Ernie. No guarantees obviously, but he has helped me out before several times in sourcing older or obsolete control equipment, Jim

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    Check E-bay also, quite often obsolete motor control items show up there in decent shape. A couple years ago I bought a half dozen new in the box Furnas contactors and Furnas had been out of business for 20 years.
    Last edited by Dualkit; 01-25-2020 at 05:03 AM.

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    Thanks for the quick replies.
    This is used as a “soft start” contactor, there are 4 identical in the panel.
    One for forward, one for reverse, one for soft start Y configuration, and the last “run” in delta configuration.
    I will try calling the number jmm03, thanks.
    Went to eBay first and then checked all the Google listings. There is one out there but they want a bunch and probably my first child too. Thanks to all and have a great day.
    Sorry about the picture orientation, tried to manage the attachments but couldn’t delete, still a rookie here.
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    Ken, that “B 59608”is on the coil/ electromagnet.
    The motor draws 30 amps-lock rotor, 220 V.
    I have some A-B starters that we pulled out of machines , just trying to keep from having to do a bunch of alterations.
    Again, thanks.5baf6efc-9d5c-4ae8-879f-057f7028c80d.jpg

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    Hello,
    No luck on finding a coil or a reasonable starter, had the original coil re-wound for $240.00.
    Thans to those that replied.
    This thread can be removed.
    blkbar

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