Drayton ZA5 Two Port Valve Actuator - faulty switch

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Hi,

Does anyone know of a source for the microswitch inside the Dayton ZA5 actuator? I can see that the switch as fitted has extra terminals to link incoming Live and N to the synchronous motor, but if the new switch didn't have these it would be easy enough to join these in some other way like solder and heatshrink.

So really just a microswitch with the same dimensions and rating would be needed.

Thanks, Tony S
 
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the switch has nothing to do with the Synchron motor, it is simply a switch , has permanent live to one terminal and when made sends a switched live to the unit controlled by the valve, usually the boiler but not always, the micro switch NEVER has a Neutral do not connect a neutral any where near it
 
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Maybe I need a picture to illustrate, and I can't do that just now. However to explain the L and N cores of the five core flex terminate with what looks like female spade terminals. So do the two leads from the motor, also with female connectors. The connections between these female are made on a fittings physically connected to the switch. See this screenshot from Youtube, the two dull red wires go to the motor and you can see the brown L and blue N. A picture from a different angle might help explain it ..

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Quick update as I had a chance to look at this again. That section with the L and N connections is a separate plastic piece bridging and retaining the actual switch

Drayton 1 Screenshot_1.png


Underneath is a perfectly ordinary microswitch ..

Drayton 2 Screenshot_1.png


and the RS part that was suggested by Alec is a direct replacement ...

Drayton 3 Screenshot_1.png
 
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