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I have a d1036 century motor, it have 3 wires for low-red med-blue and high-black then it also have yellow /brown/ brown-white...how would I wire this
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You almost have it Look closer at the run capacitor. It has Herm, this is for the compressor, Com or C and F or Fan.
1 of your power wires is the fan speed so connect them accordingly usually black is hi, blue med, & red is low. You are "feeding" voltage to the selector switch on 1 side and coming out to the fan motor speeds.
Next you have a "Common" wire on your fan motor (this means its Common to all the other connections inside the fan motor to me. It is usually white. Connect this to the other line of power usually the Com on the capacitor unless it connects to a strip on the selector switch. But 1 of these 2 places will be the other side of your Power when plugged in. Lastly the brown it is usually the fan capicator only wire and it will connect to the fan "F" terminal on the capicator this terminal will not have any other wires connected to it.
This should make you a happy camper. Please rate me accordingly and good luck.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: I am replacing the a/c
Brown wire is Start
Yellow wire is run or Power
Black wire is High Speed or Common
The other two taps are speed taps, but you have a single speed application
And high speed is what you need ,that’s why there’s not any wires
on Red and Blue if high speed was to much then you would move the
Black wire to one of the other taps RED low speed or Blue Medinm speed
White goes to the Yellow wire from the capacitor
Black goes to the Black wire you took off of high speed on old motor
Of course both Brown wires go to the capacitor and Green to ground
If a capacitor doesn’t discharge it doesn’t mean it’s bad
but the capacitors don’t last as long as they used.
Any time you put in a new motor always replace the capacitor
It will save you a lot of time and grief later on.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Black to Black, Purple to White and the new motor requires a run capacitor which brown goes to one side of capacitor and brown/white goes to the othe side of the capacitor. This is providing the old motor is a single speed. If the old motor is a two speed you have an incorrect replacement motor.
Posted on May 02, 2009
The reason the a/c is on the high speed is to move the air because cold air is harder to move, slowing down the speed may cause your a/c to freeze-up. You can try changing the speed by reading the wiring schematic, take your time to become confortable with the schematic, and it will tell you which wire color conforms to each speed, locate the high speed wire color, and you will find that connected, locate the medium speed wire color, then disconnect the high speed and reconnect the medium speed wire in it's place. Be sure to tape the end of high speed wire so that it is insulated from the cabinet. ABOVE ALL MAKE SURE THE POWER SWITCH IS OFF BEFORE ATTEMPTING THIS
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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