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I have an Emerson Motor with Blue, Black and Red wires coming out of it. P/n K55HXonF 2373. Its a 4 hp motor dual speed. I want to connect it to 110, how can I do this?

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  • chopped50for Jun 28, 2009

    Motor is 230v 60 Hz 1100/800 rpm motor if that adds any light

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Seems to be a 220 motor, so you cannot use 110 anyway

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

  • bozcro
    bozcro Jun 28, 2009

    you have to use 220 to power this motor, you can get a licensed electrician to wire you a 220 outlet from your fuse box

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