I still do not know what the yellow wire does but I know it is not the motor starter, that is the red wire.
I could not figure out what the problem was today with my high pressure soap and wax and I knew it had to be a Coleman setup misunderstanding. So I called Greg and he answered my question over the phone! The problem I was having was I was getting pressurized water from the water line where I expected gravity feed. Greg explained to me the way the Coleman unit works, it uses cold water at city pressure for rinse and hot water or gravity feed for high pressure soap and wax. My problem was exactly what Greg told me over the phone and was a miswiring. Thanks Greg.
I really like the idea of strapping things to the ceiling or making a porch or shelf in your equipment room. At one of my Dad’s washes this is how his boiler is mounted.
Disclaimer: I have always wondered what other chemicals you could use for foam brush in a bind and I had some time to kill. Actually, my chemical guy sold me hand soap as foam brush chemical and it was my favorite. Now I use Erie Brush chemicals and really like their foam brush and wax.
Have you ever run out of chemicals and only had $1? What would be the best chemical to purchase from the Dollar Store? I am on assignment to root out the winner!
1) “Dial Basics HypoAllergenic” (bar soap, 3 bars) It is dematologist tested maybe even tested on animals? I cut the bars up with a knife.
2) “Classic Sun Clean & Fresh” (all purpose powder detergent 1.5 pounds)
3) “Dis’h Detergent Original Scent” (dish cleaner 50 ounces)
4) “Perfect 10 Black Currant Bodywash” (bodywash for your body 25 ounces)
5) “White Rain Conditioner Energizing Citrus” (hair conditioner 19.95 ounces)
I just dumped the products in then added 5 gallons of hot water and let sit for 24 hours.