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I need a wire diagram for a 3 speed 3 wire switch and diagram of CAPACITOR for a model TFP-352 ceiling fan my guess is the CAPACITOR is connected wrong and that is why I am only getting 2 speeds
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the capacitor is whats start up the fan correct. if so I only have a two wire capacitor. and the switch only has spaces for 3 wires one in two out. it does first click wire 1. second click wire two. third click both wires. fourth click is off. I found the resistor wires. and I think I got the switch in but T think the problem is the capacitor wiring
pretty much give up and took it to just fans. but I did figure out witch wires hooked up to the switch though. but the capacitor was a complete bust
some what close but there are only three wires to the switch and the
L 1 2. the switch has off slow, med, high. high is both 1 and 2 powered low is 1 powered and med is 2 powered. 1 and 2 are the resistors and L I believe is the reversing. that is how the switch is wired. there is no power going directly to the switch but there is one going to the motor or the reversing. one is neutral and one is power. but I don't think the capacitor the wires are gray and white
Is there a separate reversing switch on the fan? Most fans have a little slide switch mounted on the bell housing for reversing and it is separate from the pull chain speed switch. And, can you give me the make and model no. of the fan? We'll get this yet.
sorry had to fold it for it was to tall
this is the closes I could find of a pic
and the scan attached I added the whole that wore on the motor on the bottom
i don't it is at all.First you have three wires going to windings.I believe mine is based on resisters and there are only two wires to the motor .Two it 1'st click first resistor low 2nd click second resistor med third click both resistors. what makes this very difficult I can only see in the bell other that the holes in the motor. the butXXXXX XXXXX is were I am needing to get the wire back to gather but it been very hard. I am thinking i am going to have to play with it a couple time a day until I get lucky
white to white was never touched
brown to brown was never touched
grey to grey never touched
green to green never touched
small red ? believe to resistors
small black ? believe to second resistors
small blue from rev switch?
large red throw center fan only ? maybe for lights
large black throw center fan only ? maybe for lights
white threw center fan to anther white wirer
grey threw fan to anther grey wirer
top green ground
the second red wire is to show you that the switch can only take 3 wires
but it is a four speed switch
off , low ,med ,high
maybe tomorrow I will get to show the pics of what I'm working on it was going to be in this message but the camera is not working now
here are the pictures
the info tag thought there might be some info I can't think of.
on a capacitor setup will taking a double energy make it a high speed?
I have gone through your photos and the list of wire colors and I have to admit I'm stumped. I do think what you have is close to the last diagram I sent, but I don';t know how to tell you how to differentiate the wires and confirm it. I'm going to have to opt out and open the question to another expert who knows more about ceiling fans. I hope Just Answer can find someone who can help.Norm
well thank you for trying throw
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sure just let you know this is pretty much the only time I can talk but e-mailing was going fine
are you still looking for a professional to help with this problem gina?
how do I e-mail norm
how do I e-mail norm. I made a giant leap in progress but still need help