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I have a 1/2 horsepower electric motor 230 volt 3 speed w/ capacitor HVAC fan assembly. how do I wire it to power by color coded wires?


Keeping in mind that some motors may be different
The most common wire colors on a 3 speed motor are as follows:
Red- Low speed
Blue- Medium speed
Black- High speed
Brown capacitor wires ( usually two of them connect to the two capacitor terminals doesn't matter which wire to which terminal)
White - Neutral wire on 115 volt systems or the other 115 volt side of a 230 volt system ( note on a 230 volt motor this wire may not be white). Remember this is the most common wiring but different motors may have different wiring.
Hope this helps.

Bob

Nov 30, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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I have a haldex 1hp 115/208-230 volt motor ac. i need to make sure i hook it up right for 230 power. the diagram just confuses me and im a mechanic. white wire, black wire, push button switch, and 7


the spade terminals in the wiring box are marked the chart tells where the color wire goes to what terminal for what voltage then l1 and l2 is the incoming power hookups

Sep 09, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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Emerson Motor model T55CXCAS-1179 230 volt


There should be a wiring diagram sticker on the motor. If not, let me know at questions@oskopoolnspa.com

Jun 03, 2013 | Emerson Pool & Spa

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Have a lg oven lre30453st that the oven doent work the displa shows F7 clear the clock and unpluged it for 5min and still doesnt work.push the bake button it showed 375 thena second later went to...


Be sure you have 230 volts across the red and black wires at the terminal block the power cord attaches to. I suspect you have only one line to the range.

It is simpler to check a portion of the range first. Go to the relay board for the bake and broil elements. Check for incoming voltage between the red and black wires. You should have 230 volts all the time.

Set the oven control to bake at 350 degrees and check between the yellow and black wires that go to the bake element. You should have 230 volts. If you have 0 volts, check between the yellow wire that goes to the bake element and the black wire that goes to the terminal block of the range. If you have 230 volts here, the DLB relay on the relay board is bad. This will prevent bake and broil from working.

We can go through the relay board for the cooktop. I think it is best to eliminate one problem at a time.

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Hello, I installed a T104 timer switch following the directions on the manual. I connected supply lines to terminals 1 & 3 and the load wires going to the pool motor on terminals 2 & 4. The clock...


It doesn't sound like you are getting a true 230 volts to the timer. Measure from terminal 1 to terminal 3. You should read 230 volts. If you are getting 230 volts between 1 and 3, return the timer, it's defective. If you are not getting 230 between 1 and 3, then you'll have to have a look inside the electric panel to see what has been miswired. There should be a 2 pole breaker with a white and a black wire connected to it that goes out to the timer.

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My pool originally had a 2 speed AO Smith pump motor. Several years back it was replaced with an AO Smith single speed motor. I am replacing that motor with a new AO Smith single speed Centurion Switchless...


Is it going to run on 230V then? If so you would normally use red and black. The white wire should be a neutral and the ground wire is obviously ground.

Do you have a meter you can use to confirm the voltage between the wires? If you do you'll want to start with red and white since you seem to think black was not being used before. If the voltage reads 230 and the motor is set up for 230 then attach one wire to L1 and the other to L2...it will not matter which is connected where as long as one is on each terminal. Insulate the black and ground the ground lead to the motor ground screw.

If the voltage is not 230 between those two check between red and black. If that is the 230 then insulate white and put red and black to L1 and L2.

John

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I have a 230 volt pump that needs 2 wires plus a ground wire.What kind of toggle switch will I need for this and how do I wire this?


If there are only two terminals on the motor the only connection would be one leg of the 230 volt supply on one terminal and the other leg on the other terminal.
The switch must be double pole, double throw. That is two terminals on top to connect the two supply wires and two terminals on bottom (that are both open when the switch is OFF and closed when the switch is ON) connect to the only two motor terminals. The ground wire grounds the motor green wire, the switch green screw (terminal) and any green wire on the supply wire.

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Compressor won't switch on, have tried reset switch and circuit breaker, but though the wall unit comes on the compressor wont..anything I can do? This has three phase power Mitsubishi..Mr Slim


If you have any experience in working with electrical systems, you can, but if not you should call a service technician.
First being very careful, check to make sure contactor is engaging.
Then check to see if you have the same voltage across all three wires on the compressor side of the contactor, assuming this is 230 volts, check T1 to T2 should have 230 volts, then check T2 to T3 should have 230 volts then check T1 to T3 should have 230 volts. If you have 230 volts to all 3 wires then the compressor is bad probably an open winding and needs replaced. Before replacing the compressor you need to check the resistance (with an ohmmeter) between all 3 terminals at the compressor. In order to do this you need to disconnect all power to the unit and ohm the compressor terminals from T1 to T2, T2 to T3 and T1 to T3 they should all have the same resistance if they do then the windings are good and the compressor is locked up, if one of the the windings is different then the windings are bad, either way the compressor needs replaced.

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Wire Hayward Super Pump for 115


If you look closely, you should see a small arrow on the black plastic piece on the terminal block(jumper). That arrow lines up with either the 115 or 230 mark on the white terminal board. Make sure it is aligned with the 115.

Then put you two line wires on. It does not matter which wire goes to line 1 and line 2, just be sure you DO NOT put them both on the same terminal. A plastic divider usually seperates the two line connection terminals.

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How to wire it up


if the unit has a starter on it there will be 2 terminals at the top of the starter connect the incoming wires two these terminals making sure that the 2 wires do not touch each other. If unit has only a pressure switch the wires should be tied to the terminals marked line , 1 wire per terminal please.

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