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I've been asked to wire a ge two speed capacitor start/run motor mod. #5KCP49ZG104S. The problem is no wiring diagram. I was wondering if there is a typical wiring diagram that I can work from.


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Typical Diagrams Will Be As Follows

C - Common
H - High Speed
L - Low Speed
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W/white - Common
B/black - High Speed
R/red - Low Speed

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A Run capacitor has 2 terminals, they go to the Run and Start winding terminals, in this case the Line 2 leg of power is wired to the Run terminal on the run capacitor, that is due to the fact this is a single speed motor and speeds are on the Run winding, had there been 2 speeds, the Line 2 leg of power could not be wired to the Run capacitor but would be going to the High or Low speed terminals, conversely the Run terminal on the compressor can accept only 1 lead.
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