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I HAVE AO SMITH MOTOR BL6414 HOW DO I WIRER IT UP

I HAVE AO SMITH MOTOR BL6414 WHITE WIRE BLACK WIRE BLUE WIRE RED WIRE, HOW DO I WIRER THE CAPACITOR

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The BL6414 motor is shaded pole and does not require a capacitor.

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Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.

White is common, Black high speed, blue medium speed, red low speed; Brown wires are for the capacitor; The remaining 4 are for selecting the rotation.

For details look at the AOSmith print here.

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