I have a question about this schematic, the arrows with the lines going thru them.
what I'm trying to do is hook up a push button, either a:
- 2-wire push button, or a
- 4-wire push button (Push Buttons that look like on this PDF):
whichever type of button is required. (I don't want to blow the circuit).
Here is the Diagram:
What I'm trying to do is this.. We own a coin operated washing machine in a building & we want to give family free washing, but the other tenents will pay. we want to hide the button being its very small in a discrete location somewhere.. I'm not worried about the hiding part.
I need to know looking at the Diagram, how would I go about that? would I use a 2 wire push button or a 4 wire like in the above PDF (i have those on hand). from videos I have seen & research I have read.. I am guessing wires # 1 & 4 (Blue & White/Blue) ?
But I dont understand what the wires # 2 & 3 do? they have the same arrows with lines going thru them.
And do I need more then just a push button? like a resistor or something too?
I'm sorry, I am not very good at this, any help would be appreciated.
** EDIT: I am adding in the full Schematic so you can see.. if you tell me to run a wire from point 'A' to point'B'.. I will do whatever it takes to make this work, again please any help would be appreciated.. I don't know what to do.