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Change motor speed

How to change the speed of an inside fan motor(a/c unit)from high to midium?

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  • johncorb Jun 23, 2009

    I have to reduce the speed of the motor.Do I disconect the black wire to obtain a lower speed (mediun)?

  • johncorb Jun 23, 2009

    I have to reduce the speed of the motor.Do I disconect the black wire to obtain a lower speed (mediun)?

  • johncorb Jun 23, 2009

    I have to reduce the speed of the motor.Do I disconect the black wire to obtain a lower speed (mediun)?

  • johncorb Jun 23, 2009

    I have to reduce the speed of the motor.Do I disconect the black wire to obtain a lower speed (mediun)?

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If it is afixed speed system, the taps on the motor are: black = hi speed
yellow = med hi
blue = med low
red = low
you may not have a yellow
white is always neutral or comon

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  • boss dad Jun 23, 2009

    yes, if the black wire is currently used, replace it with a color of lower speed. this is usually done at the speed selector relay not at the motor. you usually use high speed or medium high speed for cooling and low or medium low for heating.

  • boss dad Jun 23, 2009

    if there is no relay, the black wire is disconnected and replaced with a lower speed wire

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