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JCrest01

Speed Queen Dryer Issue

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Good Morning!

 

I have a Speed Queen Dryer model AES17AWF - I would like to know if it is possible to check the motor with a 110 power cord, and if so, what terminals do I put the power cord to?

 

Thanks!

John

 

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No, it can not be done  unless you use a specially made test cord that is going to take the start winding out of the circuit when the motor has reached it's operating speed.

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  Yes, it can be done. The motor switch is part of the motor. Connect power cord to motor connector pin 4 (motor blue wire) and pin 5 (bare copper wire farthest from blue wire).

 

Eric

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