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Old 08-16-2010
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Thanks Jim and John, I called and left a message at PMMI.
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I believe this is the first time for research on this topic, We are listening.
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Mr. Yeaw has this one figured out. Here are the links to the two components needed to duplicate the original sensor.

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/dk...=alsr3f-225-nd

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/dk...me=lm334zns-nd

The first one is a 225 ohm resistor, the second a temperature sensitive current source. The resistor is connected to V- and R. V- then connects to the white/stripe wire on the molex type connector. V+ connects to the black wire on the molex type connector that connects the galley panel to the wiring harness. If anyone needs the pinouts for hooking this, or anything else, up on the galley or bedroom panels, let me know as mine are currently apart.

You need to be certain that the LM334Z is ordered in the TO-92 (denotes shape) configuration.

I havent tried this yet, but the parts will cost less than $5. Mine was intact until I started messing with it. My problem appears to be the clock/thermometer in the panel. Both the galley and bedroom clocks dont work but I found a burned LM317 Voltage regulator burned up on both.
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Old 08-17-2010
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OK, I ordered the parts. They said I will get them next week. I will put it all together then and write in the success story. I will need the pin positions on your Galley clock/Thermomertor, Thanks.
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Pinouts for the temp sensor. Hopefully your panel is like the one shown.
Picture 0609 shows me holding the cable for the out door sensor. The 2 cut wires are for the indoor sensor. This is the female or bus side of the plug.

0610 shows where they terminate at the clock/thermometer. White black is the indoor sensor, White brown is the outdoor sensor. Black is common. Red and white are probably power to the assembly.

0612 shows the reason my clocks dont work, a burned up voltage regulator.

0614 is the panel being discussed.
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Pictures are great. I have the same problem, I think. Voltage regulater was fried. Replaced it with one from Newark, but it just gets hot. Can you go over your fix in more detail for those of us that require more instruction? I, for one, am obsessed with getting everything running on our Bird and the Clock/Temp panel seems to be a common problem. Also, any way to prevent future failures?
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I haven't actually done the repairs yet, waiting on parts right now. Did replacing the voltage regulator make the clock work or did the new regulator get hot and nothing else?
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I bought from PMMI a thermometer that registers both the inside and outside temps.
I mounted it in the grill in my overhead.
It has a button that you press to see the inside/outside temps depending on placement of probes.
We just use the inside one.
Has worked great since we got it.
We just look up at the grill and see the temps.
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After replacing the regulator and powering up, it just got hot. I heard somewhere that a short in the temperature sensor does this and have not run down the sensors yet, so I just unplugged it for now. There is a two wire loom on the outside on the roof about the middle of the bird on the driver's side that looks pretty nasty, bare, worn, aged wires. Is this it?
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