I have a Siemens 14DUt32A motor starter with an ESP200 overload attached to it. My question is regarding the wiring diagram that came with the starter/overload assembly. The wiring diagram shows a conductor coming off a grounded X2 in the control transformer, and terminating at 96, which is one side of a normally closed contact in the ESP200. There’s another conductor terminated at 96, labeled “A”, and the other end of this conductor appears to land on L2. This seems like it would cause a direct phase to ground short, so what am I missing or not seeing? I wish I could attach a screenshot of the wiring diagram, or find a ladder diagram of the same control circuit. I’m pretty handy at controls, but this one has me stumped . What even got me looking at it in the first place is this starter is part of an alternating starter control assembly for an air compressor - two motors, two starters, with an alternating relay to switch motors. One of the starters crapped out (30+ years old), so I replaced the starter, and the new one’s coil won’t close. I’ve verified that I have 120v at the coil when it’s being called for, the jumpers are correct, and the external safeties (temp sensor, pressure switch, etc) are all functioning correctly. Sorry for the long soliloquy, lol. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!