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    Cool How to Connect Capacitor to Brushless Washing Machine Motor


    Hello everyone! This is video I want to show you How to Connect Capacitor to Brushless Washing Machine Motor. I will show you how to connect wire on 2 speed Rinse /fast/ and Washing /slow/. This motor is a Brushless not Brushed. This is Europe Union Standard Plug. 220-240 Volt 50 hertz. Motor is from Candy Washing Machine. All of us hope you'll like our video clip concerning " Info Yourself" here, and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel. SUBSCRIBEl - http://tiny.cc/c3zq9y

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    Thanks for that but I feel it’s best for dummies like me to just “pay the man” to figure it out. After all, one flash and your ash.

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    That's what is commonly referred to as a split-phase induction motor, in the US. And a 'start capacitor' is often wired in series with the start windings, to produce a 90 degree phase shift — in relation to the Run Windings. And produces higher start torque, for starting under a load. Direction of start/run is normally accomplished by reversing the polarity of the start windings — again, with respect to the Run Windings. And both generally require and understanding of how the internal, centrifugally operated, start switch functions — and is wired — or, as in some cases, and external start relay is used.

    Since there are literally hundreds of different wiring terminals, and/or connector blocks in use, sans a detailed electrical schematic — and wiring diagram — the average DIY'r can easily have a shocking experience, or come to grief through any number of mistaken wiring misadventures.

    Ergo, this kind of wiring demonstration is not so much instructive, as it is misleading — and possibly dangerous — for the uninitiated electrical dabbler.

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    PLEASE cover those exposed capacitor spade connectors!!!!!! - they're essentially at mains voltage, so dangerous if not lethal...


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