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Solenoid, Laundry

DORMEYER

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  • Item # 4X317
  • Mfr. Model # 7612
  • UNSPSC # 31251510
  • Catalog Page # 395
  • Shipping Weight 2.55 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSolenoid
  • TypeLaundry Equipment
  • Stroke Range1/4 to 1-1/4"
  • Pull Force Range240 to 384 oz.
  • Width (In.)2-3/8
  • Depth (In.)2-15/16
  • Length (In.)2-63/64
  • Coil Volts115VAC
  • Seated Amps1.20
  • Seated Watts48
  • Coil Resistance (Ohms)4.8
  • Terminals1/4" Spade
  • Max. On Time (Minutes)3
  • Mounting Holes2"
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I am using this in a student project where a relay circuit activates the solenoids. The voltage for the solenoid is supplied directly from the wall socket. It was working fine in the beginning but recently, I have been hearing a large buzz sound prior to activation of the solenoid. Could it be because of the solenoid being old?(they are about 10 years old ) Or are there any other reasons for the solenoid to buzz?
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The buzzing is not normal. Chattering is likely the cause. Look for the machined surfaces on the plunger and make sure they are clean, smooth, and rust-free. Ensure these surfaces are parallel.When seated properly, the solenoid should not rock from right-to-left. Also look for side-loading (the plunger is pushing or pulling Off-of Center).

If all these scenarios are not the problem it would be best to replace the solenoid, as the age (you mentioned it is about 10-years old) has likely deteriorated it beyond repair.

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