Question about Dayton Permanent Split Capacitor Motor Fan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the **********, the screws will be market L1 & L2. There will also be a jumper that needs to be connected between the 2 terminals for 230V.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
SOURCE: Dayton motor, 1/3HP, D/D Blower
The cap is either external or under the bump on the side of the motor... but yeah, that is what is wrong, the cap went bad...
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: Have a Dayton Model #6K167,
We should be able to help you with your wiring issue but I will need one other piece of information off of the motor nameplate; the date code/derial number of manufacturers number. Depending on when it was made it will have one of these numbers which in turn identifies the age and therefore how it was connected at the factory. Once you have that information, or even better, send EVERYTHING on the nameplate either in an email or picture to:
It may take a little time to get the record from the tech department but we should get it.
Arrow Motor & Pump, Inc.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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