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Deep well 1hp 208vac pump on household current.

Need normally open contacts, control voltage is a 120vac remote control device.

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it is a 3 ph sz2 60 cyc 440v series 2060ca6 on the name plate where can I find a schematic for the wiring of the push button start switch
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Please call us at 1-800-Grainger with the model number of your switch to discuss in greater detail.

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We carry a miniature push button switch, item 10C568, that can be used for a 1 1/2 HP motor. If you need one for a 2 HP motor, this is not an item that we currently carry. However, for business customers, we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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The replacement starter is 14BP32BC81. This is not an item that we currently carry. However, for business customers, we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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We will need more information in order to size out the proper capacitor, please give us a call at 1-800-472-4643 and we will be happy to find one for you.
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Grainger does stock starters that may work for you, but are not exact matches to the Allen-Bradley starter you have. If you call us at 1-800-Grainger, we can discuss your application to make sure what we stock will work in your application.

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Bulletin 709
Size 0
Form 1
Type1
Automatic Starter
Catalog No 709AAD1
I just replace the motor controlled by this starter, now, the starter need to be replaced. The motor is a roof exhaust fan for a big hood in a kitchen, 2 floors below the roof. The motor is 208/220/440V with control from kitchen, an on/off with light indicator panel.
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There are more questions that would need to be answered to select the correct starter. If you had the number of the Allan Bradley starter number, it would help but we would still need to know the coil voltage and a few more pieces of information. I suggest you discuss this with one of our Technical Products Support Electrical Team members. 1-800-Grainger.

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cbb60b 250vac 50/60hz
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Its probably your capacitor or start switch. I'd start with the cap. It gives the motor a bit of umph to get going from a stop. It's usually located on the side of the motor under a sheet metal cover. Use care when handling as there is a risk of shock. Do not touch the terminals. Check the ratings on the side in mfd, voltage and then dimensions. It usually needs to fit somewhere.

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I have a single pole double throw 120V coil magnetic asco 216864. Need replacement
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I can't find anything on that part number. However, based on your description, this may work. Double check your amperage requirements.

Relay,Power,5 Pin,SPDT,30A,120VAC
Item # 6CWZ1
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The motor will run in one direction but I have to spin it to make it run in other direction or it will sit and humm until it kicks out. It used to run in both directions. Did compactor go bad? Or something else?
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Depending on your method of changing direction, it could be any number of things.

The capacitor is an inexpensive place to start.
If you suspect its bad, get the ratings off the side of the capacitor and go to graingers.com. Match the mfd, the voltage, type and dimensions.

The problem could also be caused by your motor starter or the motors internal start switch.

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