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6K122BA I am trying to use this motor on a boatlift. If I wiring the motor for 220v it only goes in one direction. I can only get the motor to go in one direction. I have three leads coming from the lift controls. Black Red and orange. Orange is the down.What is the correct woring to make this go up and down

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Twist red and orange together and hook to power then put the black to ground

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Normaly black is ground red is batery and orange is ignition.

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The orange wire is for memory retention for the last channel you were on if the red wire loses power as in switched on and off with the car ignition just hook up the orange to a 12 volt source that is on all the time. By the way those are some neat little radios wish I had one.

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