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Old 08-27-2019, 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted by digr View Post
Looks like you should put the capacitor wire on the other side of the switch to cut the power to it.
I agree and I think it would fix the problem but without going with a DPDT switch wouldn’t it overheat the capacitor using it to power the run windings?

(I’m hoping there is a way to achieve high/low function of the motor with only a SPDT switch if my wiring checks out) maybe I am crazy

Edit: it would work on a single speed with the capacitor after the switch but with the dual speed switch would it back feed to both the high/low windings at the same time? or does the centrifugal switch (pictured above) mechanically eliminate that possibility?
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