Introduction: Bypassing Siemens Direct-on-line-starter
We have all seen this big bad box, which forces us to get up and manually switch on appliances each time there is a power cut.
A simple hack to bypass this is tape the spring method but that method is inefficient as the tape loosens over time and you need to reapply.
So today I am going to teach you how to short and bypass this box once and for all.
Materials required :
- Wire (preferably thick or a bunch of them together)
- Screw driver
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Step 1: Connections
Open the box with a screwdriver to look inside and with a wire or more do the connections as shown in the figures.
You can unscrew the screws near the wire to force the wires into a notch and then tighten them back so as to assure a tight connection.
Step 2: How the Shorted Circuit Looks
Finally we have a shorted connection which forces the box into auto on.
Hope it helps.