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Thread: Wiring a Hayward SP32102EE PLEASE HELP its getting HOT in TX

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    Wiring a Hayward SP32102EE PLEASE HELP its getting HOT in TX

    [size=85]My husband and I just purchased the Hayward 2 speed, pump. he has all the plumbing ready to go. but can't figure out how to wire it. On the pump connection there are three gold areas,(looks like plugs) one for Low, one for High, one for Common, with three screws next to it, we tried wiring it under the screws but the wires won't fit. What do we need to get the wire connection right? Our owner's manual doesn't give good detail on where to connect the wires. Can anyone help? We live in Texas and it's HOT. Would love to get our pool running before next weekend when it will be 100 degrees outside.

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    Re: Wiring a Hayward SP32102EE PLEASE HELP its getting HOT in TX

    Welcome to TFP!

    Pumps are often wired using crimp on or soddered lugs. The first few photos on this page show what the lugs look like and the basic procedure for attaching them.

    There should be a wiring diagram on the side of the motor.
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    Re: Wiring a Hayward SP32102EE PLEASE HELP its getting HOT in TX

    Thank you, I also called the local pool supply company and they suggested us to use Female Spade Connectors, with the fitting. Thank you again for your help.!.!.

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