The lowly and dirty centrifugal switch mounted on the motor gets little love and attention. Always taken for granted and ignored and never respected.
But without the centrifugal switch, to take the start winding out of the circuit once the rotor gets spinning from a dead stop, the motor will draw high amps and kick out on internal thermal overload protection.
Well, boys and girls, in this exciting episode of Appliantology TV, we're going to see the mighty centrifugal switch in action. Cinch up your grokus straps and come with me now on a Journey of Total Appliance Awareness™...
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