Need help wiring AO Smith motor


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Old 06-04-18, 03:23 PM
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Need help wiring AO Smith motor

We have 2 coolers at work that had bad motors. Someone removed them 3 years ago, and threw them away. The replacement motors they bought are AO Smith, model SV2104H.
I have no clue what wire goes where. There are 2 hot (blue) and 1 ground (green).
There is no thermostat, or high low switch inside, just a light switch for the fan, and another for the pump.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 06-04-18, 08:30 PM
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Is there anything on the back of the wiring cover ?
I can't find any wiring info on those motors.
 
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nothing on the back of the cover.

I think that Century model SV1204hl is the current part number.
I had no luck finding anything on that either
 
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Hi, are you saying the feed to the motor is 2 blue conductors and a ground?
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In resizing the pictures I see a HI stamped near the blue terminal. That would mean there should also be a LO stamping. The remaining wire would be COM. You'd connect the two blue 240v wires to COM and to HI or LO.
 
 

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