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When turn on my HP computer the fan s run at high rate of speed and it will not load up it must be turned off and on for 1 hr. before it will load.

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I think dere is problem in ur cpu fan.....
u should contact ur service provider n tell him d problem.....
it is nt a bigger problem......i think it will need to change...

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The indoor blower motor is powered by 115 volts or 230 volts, either way it wires the same.
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Common always gets a leg all to itself, you cannot run both legs of power to the speeds as the speeds are on the Run winding, that is a direct short, and you cant run a leg to Start or it will turn backwards! This is how we unlock compressor's that get stuck!
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The remaining leg of power, say it is L2, it goes to the speed desired or if a single speed motor, it can go to the terminal on the Run capacitor that is wired to the Run winding, A Run capacitors terminals are Run and Start.
Note the capacitors leads coming from the motor are both brown, 1 has a white stripe
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I'd swap it out to test ;)

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Utilitec does not make a 2 speed timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitech-LW60419.html

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3) The following wiring diagram shows ordinary on-off timer connected to 2-speed switch: This is the basic plan for Broan Nutone 2-speed switch timer, which might be the product you are replacing
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4) Nutone makes a 2-speed whole house fan timer.
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