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Wiring New ERV Motor

Wiring New ERV Motor

Wiring New ERV Motor

(OP)
Hello all. Apologies if this is not the place for this, I searched for "electric motor forum" and found this site.

I'm trying to replace a motor in a ventilation unit in my home. With the help of a retailer, I was able to find a suitable replacement motor, but I can't quite figure out the wiring. The old motor has two wires and the new one's got a lot more.



Here are the wiring diagrams that came with the new motor:




I have the new motor mounted properly. Can anyone tell me how to hook the wiring up? There are only two wires going into the ventilation unit.

Thanks so much for any help you can give.

RE: Wiring New ERV Motor

With all due respect, if the simple pictorial diagram isn't clear to you, you may lack the basic skills needed to
proceed. Please obtain competent on-site help.

RE: Wiring New ERV Motor

(OP)
Thanks Wayne. Maybe I should have said a bit more. What confused me is that purple/black is neutral in the diagram; I thought white was normally neutral.

I very well might lack the basic skills to complete this job, but I do need to complete it and I'm going try to whether or not I get help on the internet...

RE: Wiring New ERV Motor

Some of those replacement motors look to me as if they just pick wire colors at random.
If it was my motor, I would hook it up per the diagram. Good luck.

RE: Wiring New ERV Motor

(OP)
Gotcha. Thanks Wayne!

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