I recently had my Hayward Northstar pump in to repair a link. The tech connected the electrical to spin the shaft and sand it. He then replaced the Shaft Seal Assembly and reassembled everything. When he went to test it he connected the 220 volts to the brown and white wires instead of the 2 connections that are inbetween the 2 wires. He said that would not be a problem but could not get the motor to run on 220 and said his pigtail must be bad.
Now I have pump home and it will not work on 220. It did worked plugged into 110 volts.
Is there a fuse or internal circuit breaker that poped when it was wired incorrectly?