Ugh, boy did I do it...
I have the "U.S. Motors" 2HP motor (formerly Emerson 1202 aka EUSQ1202 aka USQ1202) that's often used as a replacement for AO Smith square-flange pumps.
After I had rebuilt the pump, I began moving it into the equipment pad, navigating between different pipes. I just tapped the back of it, which proceeded to shatter the voltage switch (the tiny switch inside the back cap that switches from 115-to-230v). Little did I know this switch is made of self-exploding plastic of some sort!
Now I've got 5 wires (spade terminals) and no idea which of them goes where. Feeling to embarrassed to post here, I first sought Google's help.
I've spent the last 2 hours searching and I cannot find any sort of wiring schematic or approach to determine which wires go where.
Do any of the TFP members have any idea how to wire this up? Even the link to a wiring diagram would be fine. Or some idea of what I should test on the wires to determine what goes where.
Rather than buy a replacement switch, I'd prefer to simply hard-wire the pump as a 230v.
Thank you in advance