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It is for a 24" disc sanding machine like the one shown below it spins a 24" disc that weighs about 40 lbs. It just seemed odd to me that there would be continuity in pairs on the 6 wires coming from the stator. One thing to note this is a reversible motor built to spin both directions.
Great Post I have been looking for information like this for some time. Very well thought out. I have a motor that I am trying to rewire. not sure if it is shot and needs a total rebuild. I have a couple questions. My Motor is a 32 channel stator it has thin wires around the interior with two wires coming from these windings (J,C) and it has thicker wires around the perimeter with four wires coming from these windings(1,2,3,4) The motor has a Capacitor with a centripetal clutch. I am pretty sure it is 220 volt. I have continuity on these wires (J-C) and (1-4) and (2-3) I am trying to find how to wire this to the 220 with the start capacitor. Do you have any info on this?
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