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No volt switch with reset button

Have need to install an no volt switch with reset button between lathe motor and mains - in need of assistance and wiring diagram

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Ceiling fan and light not working after short trip.looking for wall switch,gfi,or wire ring diagram

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this address can help you

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So far, I cannot locate a wiring diagram for an installation. However, this is a single phase "shaded pole" motor.

For a single speed, shaded pole motor, there are only two power wires. For a dual speed motor, a third wire provides a second speed. One wire will be one side of the motor coil(s)...connected to the white power wire. The other wires are the opposite side of one or two motor coils, connected to the black power wire or through a thermostat. A thermostat is simply a temperature operated switch. An additional wire may (should) be a green "grounding" wire.

Specification Sheet from Grainger.

Installation manual.

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Wiring for a Dayton motor 6k857L

Wiring diagram appears on side of motor.
This motor is rated 115Volt.
Hot and Neutral wires connect to main terminals.
Connect other wires as shown on label.
For example there can be yellow, black, blue and white wires.

Dayton manufacturing is owned by WW Grainger.
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Hi, My cement mixer 240v supply lead has been pulled out of the connection box. Can anyone supply me with a wiring diagram. the only detail on the box is that it was made by POWERFLO drum capacity...

Do you still have the wire with plug end?
The mixer has a switch.
Is the mixer reverse-able?
Or is the mixer 2-speed?

What do you mean about 'one plug' and 'second plug?'

Buy cheap multimeter at hardware. Install battery. Set to read ohms.
Green wire is always ground.
Test each wire to each other.
For example if you test green wire to metal side of mixer, the meter will show full open circuit.
Test each other wire to each other wire. When voltage travels through the motor, then there will be ohm reading.
Move the switch to each position, and see which wires test differently.
Try to identify wires going to switch.

240Volts will have two hot wires.
One or both the Hot wires should connect directly to switch, depending if switch turns one hot wire on-off, or turns both hot wires on-off.
In a two speed system, or reversing system, the switch will send power to different coils on motor.

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How to install a three speed switch on a dayton 5m188f motor fan?

Is it 3 wire or 4 wire ? And what color of wires are they ? If you look at old switch it should have numbers or letters to signify wire placement follow diagram from old to new and all should be good .

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I was trying to install a fan control switch on my Patton floor fan and took the 3 speed switch out and disconnected the wires and cannot figure out what wires (too many colored wires) to connect to the 2...

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Fan not working

Hi, I know you would know this, but I have to say this anyway. Make sure there is power to fan,...ok, I said it,LOL. Honeywell have top of the line products as I use controls by Honeywell through out my H.V.A.C.-R business. Does it try to start at all? If it does have some movement, or you can hear any sound at all at the enclosed motor on this fan, the motor is on its way out, or has already failed. It is possible the switch its self is at fault, but if it trys to do anything at all then power is getting through this control to the motor. Put you're hand on back of motor when turning it on and should be able to feel it being energized. It does sound as though you have a bad or open winding on this motor. It would be fair to say that the expense of changing out this motor, or even if the switch was faulty, it would be cheaper for you to replace this unit. If you want to keep it, and are inclined to take an electrical meter and check the switch, I can tell you what to do? Kill power to fan. See how switch is installed, should have 3-speeds. You would more then likely have to dissasemble the entire unit to get to the wiring on the fan switch. If you can do this, the power coming into the switch you will know by following the cord wires to switch. Black and white wires and maybe a ground. With a meter, check on each wire coming in from cord right where they 1st connect to switch, across the blk and wht. You will have 120 volts. There will be several colored wires as it is a 3- speed switch.Find one of the wires that go directly to the motor, except ground.With the switch on, touch any one of the wires that go to motor and touch the other lead to the ground wire. If the switch is good, you will have 120 volts going through one of the motor wires and ground. This will tell you the motor is bad. Be careful if you do make this test, as you can get shocked if you ground yourself out.I don't want to scare you, just use caution. Please keep me posted on what you have found.
PS, I am positive the motor has failed you:(

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