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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Apr 6, 2007.

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    I have this nice little 115v 60HZ motor which is rated 1/75th hp
    1800rpm. It has two part numbers. They are: PN 315-7239-PI or
    possibly the correct one is: M10R0000X09. It has 4 leads: black red
    white and blue. It requires a 3uf capacitor. The manufacturer is
    Eastern Air Devices in Dover NH. who says they no longer have any
    information on it. I need to use this in a project and have to try to
    figure out how to hook it up without blowing it up. Is there some way
    to try to determine a connection arrangement perhaps using an ohm
    meter without damaging this thing? Thanks for any assistance. Lenny
    Stein, Barlen Electronics
  2. There will be two pairs of wires that show continuity. One is connected
    directly across the line. The other gets the capacitor in series. Swap
    the leads of that one to reverse direction.

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