Question about Pool & Spa
I have a hot tub that I thought the pump was no good . So I took the pump out and put an old one that I had laying around in. Well the tub is wired for 220 and I didn't pay attention to the fact that the one I put in was for a 110 volt tub. I have a 220 volt pumo to put into it but I don't know what wires go where on the pump. It is a Magnetek Century Lasar spa pump cat no, BN51 Part 7-182477-02 Serial no. BU7-18
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