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I want to re wire an electric motor for low volt

I have an electric motor that is 230 volt and the power source is 110. Can I re wire the motor for that voltage?

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    David Ford May 11, 2010

    you might want to check inside the removable plate to see if they show how to change wires for your situation. Some can be changes.

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Look on the name plate. If it says under 'volts' 120/240 that means it's dual voltage and you can use either voltage to run.

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