Question about Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9564J Top Load Washer
I have a whirlpool 60 hz moter # 3363736, I pulled from a washer to make another tool. I neglected to get the schematics from the machine. Can you tell me by color code the positive negitive and ground, so I can hook it up????? thanks.
Green is ground, white is neutral, red/black is usually hot on a 1 phase 110-120v motor. (normal colors are black, white, green).
if three phase, (208-220v), green is ground, white, is neutral, black/red/blue are hot. (only uses 2 of these, so there should only be a total of 4 wires). once you have the wiring connected, turn on the motor, and check the rotation direction it turns. if it turns backwards, reverse the red/black wires, the red/white wires, or the black/white wires.
be sure you look at the data plate on the motor to determine one or three phase motor.
their should be a small diagram of which wire inside go to which other wires inside on a three phase motor and for which voltage, and are usually numbered on the individual wire.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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