Let Me help you with your problems with single phase and three phase electric motors. I can tell you how to troubleshoot your motor problems. From simple testing of capacitors, how to test your windings, replacing bearings, and general maintenance. Before we go any further, remember these words of advice: Disconnect the power before you do anything! Please limit your questions to electric motors and there immediate components. I review each question, and if I can answer or help, then I will. If you receive a rejection, it means it is out of my expertise, and just do not have the answer. I'll be waiting for your question.
I have 40 years experience in the repair of electric motors and related equipment. I am a master machinist in the field of motor repair. I was employed with my company for 35 years, but retired in May of 2013. The downside to that is I lost access to a lot of technical data. I will still try to give you the most accurate advice that I can.
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You should treat any exposed wire as if it is "Hot", with current flowing through it. You should disconnect it from the power source, and insulate the bare spot. such as electrical tape. Without being
Ok, T1 is the soldered lead. Connect P2,T3.T8 and insulate. P1 is connected to Line 1. T2,T4,T5 is connected to Line 2. This is the connection without the breaker box. For the breaker, connect the black
The wire that is soldered, is it blue (T1)? I do not know what you refer to as the "breaker switch"? T2, T4, T8 is connected to one side of line 1(black). T1, T3, T5 is connected to P2. P1 is connected
My bad, I didn't catch the last part of your question. The only thing I can think of, without being there to check, is that the 2 pole on/off switch has been replaced with a single pole, or the switch
Impossible to diagnose a vibration. Try putting some rubber pads under the feet.