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How do I change wiring on 1080 motor from ac to dc . And what do I use for speed control?

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You can't. You buy AC motors to work from a mains supply, or DC motors to work off a battery. You can't alter the wiring to change one to the other.

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a dc motor runs by voltage the higher the voltage the faster it spins, reversing the power and ground makes the moter fon either clockwise or counter-clockwise i hope this helps if you need more help get bak to me. also must have enough amperage to run the motor, Thanks Ray

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