Registered: August 2007
If your Renzetti does in fact have a bridge rectifier in it, and you want to change the motor direction remotely, you do not have to move (relocate) the bridge rectifier. It is only necessary to rewire the bridge and motor as shown in this diagram as follows:
1). Disconnect the motor wires on the bridge terminals marked plus ( ) and minus
(-) on this schematic, and then reconnect these 2 motor wires (shown red and black in diagram) to the center poles of the remote mounted DPDT switch.
2). Add 2 new wires to the bridge of sufficient length to reach the remote mounted DPDT switch. Connect one end of one of these wires to the plus ( ) terminal of the rectifier and connect the other end of the same wire to the top right terminal of the remote mounted DPDT switch, as shown in red in the diagram. Then do the same for the second remote wire, by connecting one end of the remote wire to the negative (-) terminal of the bridge, and the other end of this same wire to the top left terminal of the DPDT switch, as shown in black in the diagram.
I realize that you may already know how to do this wiring modification, but I have posted these detailed instructions just in case that it may help you and other readers who also might be interested.