Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
White black green leads to compressor which is start run common
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have a 220 v service 1 phase meanig there is 220 volts across your existing two power feeds and your motor only has 3 wires there is usually a low voltage and high voltage schematic on the motor if you are wired as per this then your green is standard ground and black and white are your hot wire or line voltage let me know if you have any other questions
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Well, it sounds as if you have a Coleman rooftop unit. If you have a start capacitor with a PTCR (Postive Temperature Coefficient Resistor) then it is different than if you have a Potential Motor Starting Relay. Why are you replacing the run and the fan capacitor?
Here is a link to the documentation that you need. If you do not have a Coleman and it is in fact a Duo-Therm, let me know the model number and I will be able to pull up the wiring schematic.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
That is dificult to follow .. here is the usual wiring plan for ceiling fans .. green to green or bare and mounting bracket ... ceiling black and red are live from the switches, fan and light.with a remote you really only need one of these , so cap off the red and use the black as your input to the remote .. the neutral to the remote should be the white .. there are only 3 wires from the fan so I am assuming that there is no light , or the light will be activated from the remote .. the black for the fan and the black for the lights connect to marked wires on the remote. .. lights out, fan out
or looking at your description .. ((Remote wires = Neutral in(Black) white ceiling wire, Live In(Black) blaxck ceiling wire, Light out(White) blue Fan/Light wire, Fan out(White) black fan/light wire, Common(White) white ceiling and white fan/light wires.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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