So I finally got my new pool pump in, pool is clearing up pretty quick from the dark green swamp. The old pump was 220v and therefore the booster was 220v, my new pump is 120v so I changed the polaris booster to 120v. Before I started, I verified it was in fact set to 220v and it was. 1. Yel/Blk =line 2. N/A 3. Brown 4. Black 5. Org/Wht 6. Yell=Line, I changed this to the 120v diagram 1.Yel/Blk=Line 2. N/A 3. N/A 4. Blk 5. Org/Bwn and 6. Wht/Yell =Line.
I turned it on yesterday and it very briefly kicked on and then tripped the breaker. When I wired it the diagram never had a polarity, just line on 1 and 6. I know a decent amount about motors and that the polarity will make in run in FWD and REV. I wired the hot to the #1 Yel/Blk and the Common to #6 Wht/Yell and of course the ground to the GRND screw is this correct? Is the polarity incorrect and pushing against the pressure of the pool pump and tripping the breaker?
I'd appreciate the input