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  • 82/70 backend moter

    iv got a backend moter running low speed its brand new from jcp iv got 82/70 mach. iv tried on other mach still same prob any suggestions

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    Re: 82/70 backend moter

    Some do, think it depends on if it's a 50hz or 60hz gearbox or something like that anyway. I have a new jcp black one I got on the cheap, same thing.

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      Re: 82/70 backend moter

      Its possible that they are wired for 220v. You may need to swap a couple of wires.
      If it cant be fixed with a hammer, use a bowling pin.

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        Re: 82/70 backend moter

        I agree clutchplate
        IT'S CARNIVAL TIME!!!

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