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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 07:28 pm
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Mark Behrend
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Hi, I have been working on putting a Trojan 53646 back together.  Something happened with the stator and have 4 leads coming out of it, should only be three as far as I know.  If I can’t figure this out, would a 29646 stator work in its place?  They are basically the same fan except the Trojan is two bearing.  There is no centrifugal switch on the Trojan.  Thanks 

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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 07:50 pm
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Tom Newcity
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Mark, I have worked on some of the older Emersons that have had 4 wires coming out of the stator.  It turned out to be the wires to the two windings and two of leads would tie together as common.  

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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 08:01 pm
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Mark Behrend
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Hi Tom, I have looked into that but I’m not getting any ohm readings.  There are two thicker wires and two thin wires.  I have tried multiple combinations but no readings still.  Thanks for the input.

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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 08:08 pm
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I am getting a reading of around 22 ohms for the bigger wires and 140 ohms for the smaller. Nothing else crossing the small and larger wires.

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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 08:10 pm
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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 08:11 pm
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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 09:16 pm
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Mark Behrend wrote: I am getting a reading of around 22 ohms for the bigger wires and 140 ohms for the smaller. Nothing else crossing the small and larger wires.The larger wires at 22 ohms should be the run winding.  The smaller wires at 140 ohms should be the start winding.  Connecting a large wire and a small wire together would create the common.  BUT determining which end should be connected to create the common connection will require some switching wires around.  

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 Posted: Sun Nov 15th, 2020 10:36 pm
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Great, thanks Tom!!

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I watched Bill Fanum using a series incandescent bulb this weekend to do the wire switching and testing to determine the correct connections without worrying about burning anything out on an old Dayton.  Not exactly sure how he did it other than he would connect and spin the blade and watched what it did.  Took him 5 minutes and he was done.  Something for me to to try and learn. 

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