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Old 05-21-2011, 12:13 PM   #1
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Wiring new fan motor for xe1000 a/c


We have a xe100 trane a/c and we bought a new fan motor but it has more
wires than the original which only had purple, brown and black, new
one has brown, brown with white, black, red and white so we are unsure
how to hook up the new wires to the capacitor please help

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Did you also get a new capacitor with it/for it?
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