Question about Dayton 1hp 1725RPM 56C Frame 90 Volt Dc Electric Motor with 115 Volt Input Control # 1F798

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I have dayton 6k757a 5 hp 230 volt motor for my air compressor and starts slow and blows the fuse.

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  • jmulske Nov 04, 2010

    I have the same motor did the same thing turn out to the coils

    burned out. I still have the motor sell as parts.

    763-323-1930.

    thanks.

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