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Old 06-08-2010, 11:49 PM   #1
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I have an old furnance blower that I want to use I know the white wire is common and the numbered connection are the different speeds there are 2 brown wires coming from the motor to the start/run cap. when I connect the white and red wire to power the blower hums if I give it a little push it runs so do I need another connection to the cap? or does the wiring look complete and the cap could be bad?
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Wire on right isn't connect to capacitor.

Connect it. And should be fine, if capacitor is good.

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It is connected to a spade connection there are 3 connection points the one with no wires has 2 spade connections the one on the left w/wire has 4 and has a red dot next to it and the other one (that look disconnected) w/wire looks like its connected to the case
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The one connected to the case. Should be on the one that has no wires on it.
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thank you
it work after moving the wire
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