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Re: Motor help please
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Motor help please ()

Keith Newton
Do you have a meter to test with? If not, this is the time to get one and learn to use it. You can get a decent one at the big box stores for <$30. It all comes down to "The process of elimination". First make sure you have power to the outlet, > switch > leads in the end of the motor. If its all the way to there, then check to continuity in the windings.

Someone recently ask about capacitors, then on down in the thread, someone posted a really good youtube for testing that as well as other parts of the motor.

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