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    How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    just want to make sure i do this right can someone please clarify how to make this pump into 110. Where would my black and while wires attach to?
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    What does the wiring diagram on the side of the motor show?
    Is it a single speed or 2-speed motor?
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    It's a single speed pump uploadfromtaptalk1431383021836.jpg
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    Once you bring your new 120 volt line into the motor it is simply a matter of changing the brown wire from the "A" terminal onto the "B" terminal and the White wire from the "B" terminal onto the L2 terminal. The hot (black) wire will go onto the L1 terminal and the neutral (white) onto the L2 terminal
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    Well, it looks like you need to move the pump Brown from A to B and move the pump white from B to L2.
    Then I think you put your white (neutral) on L2 also with your black (+115V) to L1.

    That is the way i would interpret it.
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    Can I ask why you want it to be a `110??
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    Re: How to change a Superflo pump from 230 to 110 Volts

    Thank you for all the help. Am going to use this pump for a portable vacuum
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