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I have a westinghouse style s13p u24 a type fht motor The leads

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i have a westinghouse style s13p u24 a type fht motor The leads coming out of the motor are yellow wired to terminal #2 blue to #4 and white to #1. How do these connect to a standard black white and green electical cord ?
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Tyler Bosch replied 6 months ago.
Hi, welcome to Justanswer. My name is ***** ***** I'm happy to help you with this issue.
In order to assist you, I will need a bit more information.
As you may already know, Westinghouse no longer produces these motors, so information is difficult to come by. The good news, is that old motors like this are built very well.
That being said, I have a few questions for you.What application are you using this motor for?
Is there a readable nameplate on this motor? If so, can you attach a picture of the nameplate or write the info here?
Expert:  Tyler Bosch replied 6 months ago.
It would also be helpful to know where in the world you are located. Standard colouring for motor leads do not always match up over international borders.

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