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No numbers, tags or colors on the motor leads or the wiring? Tracing each wire, investigating for clues may get you in the right path. A motor with a capacitor is wired so that two motor wires, (T1 and T2) connect to power (L1 and L2) and a third wire connects only to a capacitor, the other side of the capacitor connects to line 2.
If the motor has 4 wires, then two wires connect to power and the two brown motor wires connect to a capacitor.
Motors with a brown wire with a white line is the same wire as a white wire off the motor. This makes the sold brown wire connect to a capacitor by itself and the brown with a white streak or the white wire connect to the other side of the capacitor where a power line wire connects and the other power line connects to the remaining motor wire. Confused? Draw it out on paper as explained and draw what is actualy on your unit.
Posted on May 01, 2015
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