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Could sure use a wiring diagram for a Dayton 5k961c motor.


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Replacing motor on my ruud furance


you should have a wiring diagram on the top of the motor to tell you what each wire does. compare both motors and see where the wiring goes.

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Blower motor installation


just check the wiring diagram and connect the two wires for the desired speed and put a wire nut one the third one.

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Capacitor wiring for electric motor


ask.com has links.
http://www.ask.com/questions-about/Capacitor-Wiring

Here is basic wiring diagram showing capacitor wired between input voltage and start winding.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Motor-wiring-500.jpg

Always use ground wire on motor for safety.

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Wiring- Connecting wiring on replaced fan motor


Your new fan motor should have a diagram with it or at least printed on the side of the motor, that will help a lot from your end. As for me, I don't know what unit you have, so I will try to help you with just the basics.

Your old motor probably had 3 wires. One went to the contactor, that is the "Line Voltage", one went to the Common terminal on the old capacitor (COM), that's the other "Line Voltage" wire, and the last one went to the "FAN" terminal on the old capacitor. The reason the old capacitor looks different is because it works for both the compressor and the fan motor (split capacitor). You still need this hooked up for the compressor to work.

The new fan motor.
These vary in brands and wiring so I can not tell you the colors without knowing exactly which motor you have. On the new motor wiring diagram, you should see the "Line Voltage" as described above that 2 of the wires are ran to each other (just on the diagram, not wired together on the unit). This is your power wire that goes to the contactor on the unit, usually black, and your Common wire that runs to the capacitor. You can still run this wire (COM) to the common terminal on the old capacitor since you still have to use the old capacitor for the compressor and the common terminal should still be jumper-ed from the contactor to the (COM) terminal. Then you will probably have 2 wires for the new capacitor, usually Brown and Brown/White. These wires run to each side of the new capacitor and doesn't matter which terminal. Then you will take a new jumper wire from the (COM) terminal on the old capacitor to the terminal on the new capacitor that has your Brown/White lead. Make sure you secure the capacitors inside the unit so not to touch anything surrounding them. Your new motor might also be a "Reversible" motor that has reversing wires also. Again, your new motor diagram can tell you how to hook these up. You have to have it spinning the right way, most of the time it is CCW (counter-clockwise).

I'm sorry I can't be any clearer on this, but without knowing the brands, models, etc, I'm in the dark. If you need any additional help, I would be glad to help! Good luck and hope you get to cooler days!

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How do you hookup a universal hvac condeser motor the old one had a black wire,red and a brown wire plus the green&yellow ground the new one has a black wire a yellow then it has back connetor thats...


WHAT??? Did the new motor come with a wiring diagram? Typically you will either be using a "3 wire" connection or a "4 wire" connection. 3 wire is for using the existing capacitor (provided it's the right size), 4 wire is for using a separate capacitor. You should have 5 total wires on new motor HIGH/LOW/COMMON/CAP & CAP. Then possibly some separate wires for ground and rotation. The ground goes right where you mount the motor, rotation...make sure its blown up and out of the machine. 3 wires would be...1 SPEED 1 COMMON 1 CAP. 4 wire would be 1 SPEED 1 COMMON 2 CAPACITOR WIRES. Good Luck!!

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Need a wiring diagram for this unit. Its a friends unit,he says that in cooling the outdoor fan stops running with compressor running I suspect a bad relay on defrost board (it want do it while I'm...


the outdoor fan should not stop while compressor is running and I would first suspect that the outdoor motor is bad - I would feel the motor with my hand (after it stops/with all electrical power turned off) and see if it was 'hot' to the touch.
If it is - then the motor is 'electrically breaking down' and will need to be replaced.
There is a slight chance that the fan motor capacitor (small silver/grey device) which is hooked to the motor by electrical wires - is bad - but I doubt it. Even so - if the capacitor has a visible bulge then I would first change the capacitor before the motor.
I would never change one circuit board for another unless it was an exact replacement for the one I was changing and included instructions on how to wire.
I seriously doubt that the problem is in the circuit board.

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Wiring diagram for electricmotor with capacitor


On most motors the wires with the tabs are connected to the capacitor (usually brown). White wire is neutral and color wires are speeds.

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Wiring diagram for electricmotor with capacitor


I do not have a diagram for you, but depending on the motor, I can tell you a couple of things. 1. All capacitors are wired in series with the start winding. Most multi-speed motors, that require capacitors, have two brown leads, along with the motor winding leads. If this is the scenario, then just connect line power to neutral and the speed you wish to use, and connect the two brown leads, one to each side of the capacitor. Hope this helps.

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Start Capacitor wiring diagram needed


When hooking up capacitor on a pump it doesnt really matter which way the wires go. The capacitor is set up in such a way the it supplys power wherever the wires are hooked up. I hope this helps

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