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Wiring a ge motor 220; has three black wires


That's a 3 phase motor(ph3). And probably a 220v/460v? Or a 110v/220v, BIG difference! You'll need to figure out your supply voltage and wire it accordingly. Normally, if 220/460, all 3 black wires are hot legs, and this is probably what you have, because 110v will normally have higher amperage than what you posted. And if the motor runs backwards, switch any leg with 1 other. Hope this helps!

Aug 19, 2017 | GE Heating & Cooling

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What are the electrical requirements; 110V and/or 240V??


the voltage required is stamped on the plate on the electric motors
it will read
voltage
phase
current( watts)
duty cycle that plate tells you what the motor needs to run

Jun 23, 2016 | Jacuzzi Home

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Can I plug GE dryer GTDP250EMWW directly to 220v? the manual says that the power rating of this model is 110/220v.


If the dryer is electric and bought in the United States then you can plug it in. The 110/220 power rating basically means that some parts if the dryer use 110v. All 220v is is 2 110v independent circuits sharing the same common ground.

Sep 06, 2012 | GE Dryers

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I have a GE Profile Harmony Dryer. No Power. 240v, 110v, 110v at the outlet but soon as I plug in the dryer I see 240v, 110v, 0v. Is the problem in the dryer or the power outlet on the wall?


Its not really clear to me where your measuring once you plug in the dryer, but all phases are measuring the correct voltage before, it appears you have an open circuit once you plug the dryer in. Now a dryer is 2 phase, so I would check all of your wiring connections, I would also check your circuit breaker and try swapping it out with a new one(as a last resort). Do some experimenting. In a dryer the heating elements are the only thing that runs on the 240V power. I would swap the hot leads in the dryer and see if any of the electrical components come on. Also try testing the continuity on your dryer plug wires to make sure there isn't a break in them (which can be proven by swapping the leads because now the same lead will read 0V on the other terminal).

Mar 31, 2010 | GE Profile Harmony DPGT750EC Electric...

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Ge freestanding electric range


They cant all be bad at the same time, even with an over voltage condition. I would suspect the Plug in or breakers being tripped. No timer is connected to the coils, they are independent 110v coils. These can be easily checked by removing each one and connecting a 110v extension cord to them and wait for the red glow.
With one of the coils removed you can also test the voltage at the coil socket. If none is present, your cure is either the 220v plug, wire or breaker.

Mar 23, 2010 | GE 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Electric...

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I have a 110v motor with 2reds 2 whites 2 blues


Study the name plate, there will be a diagram for different speed and voltage configurations.

Sep 26, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Wiring diagram to convert Craftsman 5HP Air compressor


look on the motor cover or on the wiring cvr on mtr or on the inside of the wire termination cvr

Sep 21, 2009 | Air Tools & Compressors

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I need to wire a 2HP 110V ge motor to 220V


I think the only place you will get this info is from GE -- and good luck with that.

Apr 29, 2009 | Dryers

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240v electric motor


Reducing the voltage is what you want to do -- this will effectively reduce the speed, without creating an annoying hum.

That said -- 110v is too low. Start higher. Half the voltage doesn't equal half the speed.

May 10, 2008 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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Turntable repair? GE Profile model JVM1660BB


IF EVERYTHING IN THE OVEN IS WORKING BUT THE TURNTABLE YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE BOTTOM COVER OFF THE OVEN THE MOTOR HAS TWO WIRES ON IT, BE CAREFULL
WHEN YOU TEST IT AS THERE IS 110V ON THE WIRES.IF THE 110V IS THERE BUT THE MOTOR ISN,T RUNNING TAKE THE
TWO WIRES OFF,AND TAKE THE MOTOR OUT AND BUY A NEW ONE. YOU CAN DO THIS BUT DO BE CAREFULL.. YOU
MAY HAVE TO PULL ON IT A LITTLE TO PULL IT APART FROM THE PEACE INSIDE THAT TURNS THE GLASS TRY NOT TO BREAK IT!

Jan 20, 2008 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

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