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Thread: Hayward Superpump 115/230

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    Hayward Superpump 115/230

    So a little mad at self for not taking time with project and I have made a mess of things
    I began hooking up the power to the motor and in the process, I ripped some wires loose to be exact the black jumper.
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    I took said motor to some guys at my work and they got it working without the plug.
    But now when it is up and running clicks clicks clicks
    ???
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    Re: Hayward Superpump 115/230

    I wouldn't run the motor without a thermal limiter as it could cause the motor to burn up.

    Does this look like it might be the wiring diagram:

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    Re: Hayward Superpump 115/230

    when I get back home will check
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