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I have a Dayton Motor #6K773 I am not sure of how to wire it for 220. Motor specifications: Phase 1, 115/230 volts, 2 hp, rpm 3450. All wires are yellow labeled p1,p2,t2,t3,t4,t5,t8. High power diagram has it as p1 ungrounded line p2 as tape t8,t3,t2 as tape and t5,t4 as line conn. any help would be nice Thanks Joseph

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Dayton 6K773AC
Line1 = P1
Line2 = T4, T5
T2, T3, T8 Cap Together
P2 Cap

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If it's a 220 volt motor, hook l1 and l2 (220 volts) to the line terminals. If it's a'dual voltage' motor (120 or 220)and you want to use 120, hook 120 to the terminals marked 'line'. Make sure the motor is connected for the voltage you're using if it's dual voltage.

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The motor itself should have a sticker which describes the wiring for 115. It is a small change involving a single wire moving from one pole to another inside the motor starter cap (the bump on the motor itself).

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