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    Pump Wiring

    I bought this pump a while ago and had it hooked up 110VAC. Done some reading and decided I needed to move it to 220VAC. I thought I still had the wiring instructions but can't seem to find them now. Google search results for the pump have not been fruitful.

    Anyone have one or can look at the sticker on the pump and correlate to what goes where on the pump for 220?


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    Re: Pump Wiring

    If the pump is running fine on 110v there is generally no compelling reason to switch to 220v. It will consume the same amount of power regardless of voltage. What is your reasoning for wanting to change?

    The instructions for wiring the pump are in the pictures you posted. To switch the pump to 220v the black wire on post 3 moves to post 6 and the white wire (7) to post 3. The pump as it is pictured now is set up for 110v.
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    Re: Pump Wiring

    Thanks CJ.

    I I'll stay with 110.
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