|Forum topic by MJCD||posted 01-06-2014 05:32 AM||1587 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-06-2014 05:32 AM
I’m asking for assistance, this time on a detailed electrical question…
I’ve attached two photos – I’ll try to attach two – of a Leeson motor, fresh from its box. Immediately above is of the electrical wires, as they come tumbling out of the electrical box – P1, T5, T4/T8 (joined), and T1 are bare-ended; the top is the faceplate schematic of how the motor is to be wired for CCW rotation (P1 to Line – I assume this means a 10/3 Hot lead; T1/T8 (joined) – I assume these should be wire-nutted, and kept internal; T4/T5 (joined) to Line – I assume this goes to the 2nd 10/3 Hot). I’m Lost – evidently, the day electrical experts paid attention, I was throwing rocks in the school yard – as I’ve researched this, I have developed an abiding respect for electricians…
I’ve annotated each picture – I hope this can be read. Assuming that 1) I’m wiring directly back to the Electrical Panel (I’ll wire it to a switch, close at-hand, then to the Panel); and, 2) run the motor Counter Clockwise. Question – Wire Nut the following:
Thanks for your consideration.
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