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I sent it out to have it rebuilt. It came back with to many wires !!! It went into the shop with 3 now it has 9.It is for our grinder pump at our RV filling station.
Apparently you have a three phase dual voltage motor. The wiring should be on the nameplate or in the junction box. You will need to know what voltage you have. There are standard wiring diagrams for three phase motors. If he rewound the motor he should have given you a diagram or there should already be one there. If he doesn't help ask for your money back.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pentair WhisperFlo Wiring Help
If you just bought this then there will be a diagram on the motor nameplate and/or under the terminal cover where you connect the wires. Generally speaking, there are two wires inside the motor that change positions depending on 115 or 230 v connection. If one of the wires is on a post common to one of the line leads, that usually means you have the motor set for 115V. Is that the voltage you are supplying to the motor? If there is no diagram you can make out on the motor, post what brand motor and the motor model number for a diagram.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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Start with the pump. If it is bound up and not starting nothing else will work. Close off your valves and disconnect the pump unions. Once free, reach in with the pump unplugged and try to turn the impeller by hand. Will it turn? If not, you'll need to free it or get the pump repaired. Once the pump is working and water circulating your heater should start working.
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Posted on Mar 10, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1 1/2
LIGHTING OR POWER SURGES ARE THE BIGGEST KILLER OF PUMP MOTORS. ASK THE GUY WHO REBUILT IT IF HE CAN HELP YOU OUT. I'M LOCATED IN FLORIDA AND ITS THE LIGHTNING CAPITAL ! LAST STORM WE HAD IN 5 MINUTES THERE WAS 1000 STRIKES AND THE LAST BIG STORM 68,000 STRIKES. HECK I'VE BEEN HIT AND SEEN STRIKES JUST YARDS AWAY FROM ME.. COOL, BUT NOT , IF'N YA KNOW WHAT I'M SAY'N
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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If the batteries are good, you have solved 80% of most scooter problems. You have described the following problem:
You have a flash code of 9, that is the status light flashes 9 times, then there is a pause, then flashes 9 times again and the scooter will not drive.
This means that you have an internal controller problem. The only solution to this problem is to replace the controller (computer module). The controller is located under a plastic cover under your feet when you are sitting in the scooter. Remove this plastic cover and remove the aluminum cover of the controller inspecting for burnt and melted wiring.
You should have the manufacturer run the serial number for this scooter to verify the correct component parts (Pride 800-800-8586). Pride can also verify if the parts are covered under warranty. Warranty repairs need to be done by a certified technician or a dealer.
The R series controller for this scooter runs $230 retail. All the associated wiring harnesses plugged into it (if melted or damaged) will run another $230. Labor is about 1 hour and you can do it yourself. Take off all the covers and plug the wiring harnesses in one at a time noting how they are run.
I have seen the wiring and plugs melted where they plug into the controller, so inspect this area carefully.
You can test the motor with a digital voltmeter. Unplug the motor and put your test leads across the red and black connectors . The resistance should be between .5 and 1.5 ohms for a good motor. Test the motor brake by reading the resistance across the 2 white connectors. It should read between 30-35 ohms across the brake. Hope this helps.
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