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Motor of 28 years old washing machine

Motor name plate: S.O.L.E. S.p.A.ODERZO-TREVISO ITALY
TIPO 20570.67 1-Mot.50Hz
ISOLAMENTO CL.F 220V
S2 10min 3,3A 2800 1/min 150w 10uF 450VL
S2 60min 1,3A 430 1/min 70w 10uF 400VL
VDE 0530 -1/11.72
this motor is of QUELLE, Privileg-C25 washing machine No.74704.
the controler of the machine has gone bad. I want to use the motor manually, motor have 5 leads ,Brown,Gray,White,Pink,Blue. Which lead to connect where, to use it manually for slow & fast speeds,also the reversing function,also please spesifications of Capasitors, in other words, the wiring diagram for this motor & any advice / instuctions please, thank you.

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  • zafar_70 Jan 17, 2009

    MY eMAIL for the above is zafar.70@hotmail.com pl.

  • zafar_70 Jan 18, 2009

    Thank you for your email, but my query (as above) is related to a 'MOTOR' of awashing machine & not to any Polaroid etc. Please, thank you.

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SOURCE: Replace Capasitors

Just start removing all the visible screws , The power module with the bad capacitors is the unit in the center , Wasn't rocket science to find it either , Just follow where the power cord connection at the tv goes to which board

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