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If the motor is a 115/230 volt motor and is running on 115 volts but the wiring is configured for 230 volt operation, the motor will be weak.

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If it has 9 leads and is a 240/480 volt motor the 1and 7 go to line 1. the 2 and 8 leads go to line 2 and the 3 and 9 leads go to line 3. the 4 5 and 6 leads are hooked together with a wire nut. To reverse rotation simply reverse any 2 of the line leads.. Prairie Dog........

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It will not run. With only one wire hooked to both leads there is no potential and no place for the current to flow to. electric bruno.

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It depends on what type of account, but if this is your credit card, call the 800 number on the card and report an erroneos charge, they will ask you a series of questions, like, have you contacted the business that has charged your card and tried to reslove it with them. If this is a bank account or checking account you need to conact your bank, you will most likely not get any money back if it was taken from your checking or debit card account. that why it is best to always use a major credit card.

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check input voltage check to see if its the proper phase check tension on belts, gear, or connection from motor

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Here is a diagram the contactor needs a 120Volt supply & switch too.

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it is possible that the start/run winding is open cicuit or cable connections via the capacitor you mentioned , is it distorted , any sign or leakage . as it is on a stair lift the motor has to be reversed , is the reversing switch intact.

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should be a wiring diagram on the wiring cover.

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MOTOR SHOULD HAVE A RESET BUTTON.
IF U CAN FIND IT, HOLD IT IN-IF MOTOR RUNS
RESET MAY HAVE TO BE REPLACED.MAKE
SURE MOTOR DOES NOT OVERHEAT UNDER
LOAD-THIS MIGHT BE THE PROBLEM.

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