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 Posted: Thu Jan 10th, 2019 08:47 pm
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Keith Broyles
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Anyone got an electrical diagram for one of these?  Mine has a capacitor and a speed controller for the three speed switch, but doesn't appear to be reversible (doesn't have a switch).   I trying a rewire and while I marked all of the wires, there were a couple of loose wires that I am trying to figure out.  

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 Posted: Thu Jan 10th, 2019 09:25 pm
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Derek Warnecke
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This model uses a Permanent Split Capacitor motor, so the stator should have three leads.  You are correct that the 85641-AK is non-reversible (the reversible model is the 87641-AK).
The diagram should look something like this:



FTR, that is a fan that's been on my "Want List" for a while now ;)

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 Posted: Thu Jan 10th, 2019 09:31 pm
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Thanks!   This is helpful.    There seems to be an "extra" wire (unconnected) in the nose (for a total of five wires; hot (1) , 1 each for the three speeds (2,3,4) , extra "white" wire (5).  Do you if this model had an option for a light?   That is the only thing I can think that the extra unconnected wire may be included.

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Correct. From the factory, it should have had two traveler wires that run straight down the downrod to the switch housing for a light (Hot and Neutral), independent of any motor wires.

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 Posted: Thu Jan 10th, 2019 10:02 pm
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Ok.  It seems to only have one.   Perhaps one was removed at some point.   It has the traveler wire (I will call "white"), plus three wires for the speed control attached to the levolier switch and a four wire I am assuming is a "hot" wire also attached to the levolier switch.  T

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