Paddle Switch for Table Saw

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Old 11-14-18, 09:57 PM
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Paddle Switch for Table Saw

I bought a paddle switch for my General table saw which has a 2 HP Leeson 230 volt single phase motor .It is a Kedu Model HY56. I cannot find a wiring diagram for this switch. No information came with the switch.I can find one for a Grizzly Model H8243 which appears to be identical, with one exception. The wiring diagram for the grizzly switch indicates four terminals but the Kedu switch has six terminals.

I believe that the extra two terminals are for a three phase
motor but I'm not sure. Can anyone verify that the four lower
terminals on the Kedu switch are the same as the four terminals on the Grizzly switch?
 
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Old 11-14-18, 10:03 PM
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Is this the switch you got ? It only shows 4 terminals.

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That is the switch, and it has six identical terminals.
 
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Old 11-14-18, 10:17 PM
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Going to need a picture of it as obviously it's different than it should be.
I went right to the Chinese mfg and it's only shown as 4 terminal there too.
No listing of a 6 terminal switch with the same part number.
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There should be a load and line side markings on the switch. Pick two on load side and pick two on line side. Use a multimeter to verify contact connection if not marked load and line.
 
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