Re: Wash machine motor

When pensioning my old wash machine I took care of the motor, a Siemens 220V

> AC 18V5565-2BF 650/1300 turns/minute, and also of the startcapacitor 16uF. > > When demounting the motor I did it the easy way, cutting the cable to the > motor. My problem now is how to connect to capacitor and to switch for > changing the turns of 650/1300. > > The cable to the motor contains of five wires 1 blue and 4 black. A separate > grounding wire is also there. > > I have measured the Ohmvalues between the separate branches as you can se in > the attached file. > > Can you with guidance of the measuring give me a hint how to connect > capasitor and switch and I wold be very grateful. > > > >

Lots of luck, Obviously you should have labeled things and traced them out befoe cutting the wires. Fortunately washing machine motors aren't good for much besides running washing machines.

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