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GE motor wiring to terminals in end of motor. Motor Mod 5J575CX! FR 45 Type KC 1725 RPM 3/4 HP 1 PH 115/230 V thanks John djbonnet@mts.net

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SOURCE: Furnace Blower Motor Specs

That information is usually on the data plate on the furnace and on the motor itself. All you need to know now is the HP. Other than that a universal consolidator motor is an easy fix too. It can handle 1/6-1/3HP.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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  1. This is what your wiring should look like if you are using two caps. then you should be using a potential relay as well. This is the diagram for using a potential relay. Hope it helps you.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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SOURCE: wiring diagram?

They ain't power leads. They carry heat element current from the cent sw when the motor is running.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Trane XE1200

OK, locate the terminals on the capacitor marked "HERM"(Compressor lead), "FAN", and "COM".(common)

HERM and COM remian as they are.

The wire going to "FAN" (usually brown) will be placed on either terminal of the new capacitor. (This is the ((usually brown)) wire comming off of the fan motor.) An additional wire needs to be run from the other terminal of the new capacitor to the "COM" on the old capacior.

What you are doing is bypassing the fan side of the old capacitor but still using the compressor side of the old Cap.

The fan should have a wiring diagram on it to help identify the wires if there is no brown wire. The other two wires will be identified on the wiring diagram as well, but one typically goes to the contactor and the other to the board.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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your looking at $175-$225 for just the single phase motor depending where you purchase, I just replaced mine(identical unit) due to screaming dry bearings, if you replace it your self make sure to keep new wires tight along side of unit or fan will cut them if loose and its a fan- 5mfd/25mfd compressor@440volt cap

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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