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Replacing my blower motorThere are only 2 wires on the motor. The furnace has a three prong plug. I need to know which two I need to put the wire into1 is the blower receptacle2 is Blue and3 is black

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Take it back and get the right motor for that model. don-ohio (:^)

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Put a universal 115 v plug on the two wires and hold it on the floor and plug ER in. It's a 115 motor, look at specs to make sure. If she don't , check wholesale house to get a motor. If not that, motor capacitor, then contact switch if capacitor don't do it. Be very safe!!!!!!! . The capacitor will need to be discharged and if checking it, do NOT
Touch both post. Discharge it before disconnecting it by turning all power to furnace off, taking a screw driver and putting it across both terminals. It will arc. Do that a couple three times to get rid of stored electricity. If it does arc with a little snap and spark, it's good.
BE SAFE. Hope that helps.

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I disconnected the capacitor on my Westinghouse HVAC unit. I took pics to help me put the replacement on and my pics don't show exactly which prongs the wires hook to. I know the blue wire goes on...


You are talking about a three post capacitor. One post may have 2 or 3 prongs, but it is still the same post and it doesn't matter which prong you put it on as long as your are on the right post. I am going to try and send you a video of a three post capacitor hoping it will help you. One post is for the "fan" whiich, by what you are telling me is the blue wire. "fan" will be marked right on the top of the capacitor next to the post. Sounds like the Red is "herm" which is a compressor wire. Orange and Yellow are the "C" wires. One wire will go to the fan and one will go to the compressor.
Again,, It doesn't matter which spade or "prong" you are putting it on as long as you are on the herm, c or fan post. hope this helps.

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I have a lennox G26Q3-75-2 furnace it ignites you can hear the pressure switch click to engage blower motor, but blower motor will not turn, its not froze up


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I need help wiring a Delta 28-280 model bandsaw from 220v to 110v. The saw came 110v from the factory, but the previous owner re-configured the wiring to 220v. I need it back to 110v. Thank you.


Rewiring the motor isn't hard, but be aware that you can hurt/kill yourself if you mess this up.

That said, manual is here.

Before you start, make sure you have a couple wire nuts (orange & yellow are a good sizes), a replacement plug, and some electrical tape.

1.) Unplug the cord from the wall. Go ahead and remove the prongs since you're going to need to switch it back to a 120V type prong adaptor. Don't put new prongs on until you've got things rewired. This will help keep you from accidentally electrocuting yourself.

2.) Open the saw base and have a look at the motor. There's a cover held on by a single screw. There should also be a wiring diagram on the motor that looks something like:1aa0c59.jpg

3.) When you remove the cover you should see three groups of wires. There should be numbers on the wires, but you can also figure them out by looking at the number of wires grouped together (see wiring diagram).

4.) You want to change from three groups of wires to two groups of wires per diagram, so when you're done, 1,3, & 5 should be grouped and 2,4, & 8 should be grouped. This is assuming your wiring diagram matches mine.

Make sure you don't have any exposed copper (cover w/ electrical tape if necessary). Make sure you have the wirenuts screwed on securely. Make sure you close the cover up and put the screw back in reasonably tight.

Put the prong on the wire, plug it in, and hit the start button. If you did everything right, it will start right up and no breakers will trip. If you goofed a pair, your motor may spin in the wrong direction. Otherwise, enjoy.

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