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Mars 10585 115v 1/3hp 1075

What is the common wire the motor there's no white wire black,red ,yellow, blue

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SOURCE: mars motor has no white (common) wire??

You are looking for the nuetral wire,look on the mars motor it should have a wiring diagram stamped on it to answer your question

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Hello, Typically your common wire will be white, high speed- black, medium speed- yellow, medium low-blue, red- low. The motor could still run for a short time if it was wired wrong but will either trip a breaker or go off on it;s overload when it's gets hot.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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