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Connection wires plan for a waterway 1 1/2 model sd-15-1a11d5

The rirght way to replace connection wire from on off switch to pump motor

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SOURCE: got a waterway 1.5 hp 1 speed 115/230v, wired 115 need 230

Hi,
Is there a coverplate where the wires come out of the pump? If so, remove the plate and there should be a wiring diagram inside.
Good Luck
Kurt

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I am replacing a waterways pump and motor

on the motor is a label giving the hp and motor specs. there is also a figure on the label showing the wiring for low voltage and hi voltage.
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Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I am Replacing a pump motor and I'm not sure of the connections

high speed phase neutral should go to High speed {phase} neutral low speed {phase} should go to neutral .....Low speed and high speed {phase} need not be connected

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Low/High Switch wiring for Hayward Superpump

I do not read anywhere that you have a 230V DPDT switch which you will need in order to select the high or low speed. You will have 6 terminalas on the switch. Line connections usually go to the middle set. Put put sides of one pole to the common terminal and put one of the other posts to the hi and the other to the low terminal. I prefer to use am on-off-on switch so the switch in the middle turns off the pump. Flip it one way for hi and the other for low. If you post your stock number from the two-speed motor I could give you a more accurate diagram if you need it. Generally, 1 is common, 2 hi and 3/4 low.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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Depending on the brand/model of the capacitor, it could have only one blade connector or two connectors per pole. Notice that the capacitor has two small rivets where the blades are attached. Each rivet is a pole. You motor uses AC (alternating current) so it does not matter which pair you connect to a pole. Take your pairs of leads and attach one pair to one side (pair of blade connectors with rivet in center) (use either side of capacitor no matter). Then attach the other pair of wire to remaining twin connector. Motors that use start and run capacitors also have two sets of stator wiring and a centrifugal switch. If the switch contacts are dirty or burned, the motor will not start and act as if start cap. is bad. If you are replacing the start cap without testing the old one, and motor still acts as before, suspect start switch. Good luck

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