I have a year 2000 enco 1340 lathe 110-1351, it might be similar enough to give you some hints. If you need some help, I can trace some wires for you on my lathe.
I did use the grizzly manual to help me when I was having some trouble with my motor drive system, it was pretty accurate for that part of the system.
Thanks for the quick reply. I bought this from a friend who bought it but never used it. When he purchased the lathe he unhooked all the electric for transport. Not sure why but now I'm working on hooking it up and everything is labeled pretty fairly but the control buttons. He says he took pictures before disassembly, but I haven't seen them yet. This along with some tracing should get me connected. Thanks again.
I have a 110-2070. May be the same, or similar, as yours. Here's a picture of the electrical panel. If it looks the same I can take more pictures or trace out the wiring for you. The contactor on the left is a new replacement. The original installation had two contactors the same as the one on the right.
Ok, I've taken some pictures of the front switch panel switches, if your layout matches mine, than this will be easy. Our control panels appear to be the same...
I have to hunt down my multi meter tonite or tomorrow. The wire harness heading up to the switch panel is only 8 wires or so, so this should not be a big problem if all the control stuff is the same.
The wire comes up thru the control box furthest to the right.
Please look just to it's left, that is another small wire harness, it goes to the front of the lathe, the motor control shaft and the rotary encoder that controls forward, reverse and stop. We can get the front panel 4 switches hooked up for you, than check the circuit for the motor control.
On my panel, the switch furthest to the right is the jog switch, it's not labeled, sorry
Ok, I'm back.
Clearer pics of all the switch terminals
Clearer pics of the control box lower terminals
I tested each wire and made sure of its routing to a control terminal. Some wires had to be removed in order to get a testing, so I am sure they are correct.
I am not 100% sure of the labels that are on the control terminals, they appear to be what I am calling them.
V1 V2 7 7 13 5 5 6 6 3 2 14 15 0
Starting from the far right
White= jumper to power
White= Jumper to lite (white and green on same terminal)
Brown= #7 (Brown and red on the same terminal)
Red= jumper to reset
If you find the grizzly 4003g manual, check it to what I have here, keep in mind this is only the output of that terminal block. I did not do the input. But if you have a schematic of the control circuitry you will have a good visual reference to what is happening here.
Good luck, let me know if you need more. Don't forget about the control wiring for the motor drive circuitry.
Check #6 terminal furthest to right, the green wire from power light is hooked to it. When I first looked at it I think it looked like a 11 ( and probably is) when I was looking at the terminals and trying to figure out what they were I labeled it a 6... ymmv
So I worked on this a bit this weekend. Heres the numbers on panel I have and according to your pics matches.
My wire colors are different but the numbers should match. Can you double check the numbers and where they go on control panel as you did above. Theres a 3 wire that is missing from above. Sorry for the headache. Cant believe there isnt someone with this schematic out there. Frustrating.
It's a pain. I've been thru some of what you are going thru. Only hope is someone doing what we are doing.
I'll be in the shop again tomorrow and I'll look. Keep in mind the numbers do not have to be the same, our lathes may not be from the factory, and not the same year, it's mostly about what switch and terminal...