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Can you post a picture of the nameplate on the motor for review.
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Ok, thanks, ***** ***** picture
Let me be sure of your information?
You posted have these wires out of the motor wiring compartment that are free?
P1. P2. T1. T1. T2, T3, T4 , T5 and T8? 9 leads?
So where do all these wires connect or go?
All of them do not go into the motor, many of these have to go to the capacitors on the motor, correct?
Sounds like everything has been un-wired in totality, so I will have to put the question back on the board, since there are no internal wiring diagrams available for the Dayton line.
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I contacted my local rep to see if any information was available since I have worked with Grainger for 20 years for many parts in the business,
He sent me the below wiring diagram.
I am still trying to relate it to yours, it seems maybe a wire has changed since yours was manufactured maybe?
Look it over and since you can see all the wires and colors etc,
Let me know
Ok, very good. Glad all is working.
Direction is nothing with motors, that is easy swap of 2 wires and not a problem. The key is the correct internal connections.
So, it sounds like a good diagram and I will save to my database, thanks for the info
Yea, that is about typical for 80% of motors and it is noted on your motors nameplate also.
Thanks for the heads up