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Motor growls & low torque. Need a wire diagram to check for proper wiring.

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  • emile582 Aug 19, 2010

    Electric motor. GE model # 5KC184AL202A

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I'm not sure what happened on here, but your problem with a motor is listed under the heading for a 200amp main breaker. What kind of a motor are you talking about? Gas, electric? what brand what model?

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  • Tom W Aug 20, 2010

    Ok I couldn't locate info for the 5KC184AL202A Can you give any more information. Is this an older motor? If you can read the nameplate, please indicate voltage, rpm,frame size, HP, and number of motor leads or terminals and 1phase or 3 phase.

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