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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiring diagram
The white wire is nuetral, if you are trying to make a shop fan or something like that then you hook it to the white wire which goes to the wide spade on the outlet. The black one which is the hot and goes to the smaller blade (looking at an outlet in the U.S. on the right hand side) on the plug and should be for one speed operation. The other three should be capped off if you use it this way. If not, then cap off the black on on the motor and run the hot wire on the plug through a three stage switch. To find what speed corresponds to what wire you have to check resistance to the white wire and the lower the resistance, the higher the speed and hook up to switch accordingly. Also, ground the case with a solderless ring connector under a mounting screw attached to the ground prong on plug. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: CHANGING OUT A FAN MOTOR
The black and white wires get 220 from the contactor. The brown and brown/white go to the capacitor. I do hope you bought a matching capacitor to go with the new motor. They don't cost much and make the hook-up way easier.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
The extra wire is a additional speed wire and the existing model that you are installing is possibly not set up for that additional speed. It depends on the exact model of air conditioner that your post says you have, but we can never be sure until you confirm the model number of your Goodman, if its a split unit, a package unit or condenser fan or evaporator fan. Let me know all of those answers and I will help you determine the answer, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on May 08, 2009
Yes Jay, this is what happened. Hopefully you didn't burn out the condenser fan motor you just had tested.Brown normally connects to the capacitor, as this is what starts and keeps the motor running. Hopefully, it just got hot and overloaded to trip the breaker. You say there are 3 wires coming out of a junction box, but you don't remember how they go. @ are hot wires as this motor is 220 volts. Not being onsite with you, and the wires are now faded from the sun, you will need to find out where they connect, ( the 3 coming out of box ) to see which 2 go to most likely they contactor you replaced. They will connect 1 to the load side and the other to the load side but opposite each other. The load side is the side of the contactor that the main 2 hot wires dono't connect to. This is the line side in.If you are sure you wire the contactor right, then it has to be the motor. If you follow the brown wire back, it should go to the run capacitor. Re-check your connections on the motor, even if you have to look at the schematic, which will show you where they connect, and the colors. It should be real easy for you Jay. Get back to me and keep me posted. The new motors have 2 brn wires that go to the capacitor and 2 to 3 going to the load side of the contactor.
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Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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