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#56693 - 09/28/05 03:31 PM ten lead 1 ph. motor diagram?
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I'm looking for a wiring diagram for an overhead door operator motor.

It is a fractional horsepower AO smith, 1 phase, 120/240, ten lead motor.

The original motor was smoked and the replacement does not match colors and numbers. The operator diagram is no help because it does not match the new motor.

Any leads are appreciated.

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#56694 - 09/28/05 05:49 PM Re: ten lead 1 ph. motor diagram?
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#56695 - 09/28/05 06:49 PM Re: ten lead 1 ph. motor diagram?
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Thanks for the link.

I had been to the AO smith website, but I hadn't found that particular page. Lots of good stuff, but unfortunately not the info. that I need.

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