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Thread: New Motor Install. Assuming there is no polarity?

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    New Motor Install. Assuming there is no polarity?

    I am going to be installing this motor on my pool pump. I will be setting the motor to 110 volts as that is my supply voltage.

    I consulted the documentation I could find but didn't find the answer. With 110 I know there is the neutral and the hot. On most things you normally wire the hot to gold and the neutral to silver. However I've never wired a motor. Is there any "polarity?" Or can I attach it to either terminal?
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    Re: New Motor Install. Assuming there is no polarity?

    There is a polarity. There should be a wiring diagram on the motor.
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