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I have a problem with this hoist, I am fixing it for a friend. Unfortunately the Forward/Reverse switch was already disconnected, before I got into it, the switch is a Mom-Off-Mom DPDT switch. The motor has only three wires going into it, which control the forward, reverse and electric brake functions. There is also a large 70uf electrolytic capacitor, which was disconnected. Any info on the motor would be a great help (110vac-60hz). I have reverse engineered a partial wiring diagram, but it's not much help, without knowing how to wire the motor. My email is email@example.com Thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a diagram I made s few months ago for one of my customers. I will sen it on to you later today. It is a bit tricky...Craig
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
the coil pack is likely bad especially since you changed the switch. call minkota and get the bench tast info (very simple) and then order and replace the coil pack about 26 dollars. be very careful how you put the magnet assembly back together and mark the position of the case on the outside before disassembly. order a new seal kit and use locktite on the shaft again when reassemling to seal the shaft tube for water. dont run motor uout of the water much as it uses the water to cool the shaft and you can damage the seals. good luck.
Posted on May 16, 2010
Try L-BLACK 1-GRAY 2-BROWN 3-PURPLE. IF THIS COMBO DOESN'T WORK. BLACK WIRE GOES TO L , 123 IS YOUR SPEEDS YOU WILL HAVE HOOK THEM UP BY PROCESS OF ELIMINATION FIGURE OUT WHICH IS HIGH MED & LOW. IT SHOULD BE 1-HIGH 2-MED 3-LOW.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
SOURCE: The electric motor for my
Before removing the motor I would check for sure that you are getting power to the motor...if so then the motor is gone...there could be an internal overload that went out on it....
Check your yellow pages for a motor repair shop, many times they can fix the motor for a few bucks and they will give you an estimate before you okay the repair.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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