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I have a two value capacitor motor from china photos will includes i believe there country runs 220 standard single phase and I am in USA
Sn: it did spark accidently when i hit black wire on another wire and kinda started
Thank you
 

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Is that how it was connected when you got it. What is the circuit board with the power relay on it for.
 
I don't understand the connection of the black and grey wires. Is it controlled in some way or just direct on and off.
 

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I have a two value capacitor motor from china photos will includes i believe there country runs 220 standard single phase and I am in USA
Sn: it did spark accidently when i hit black wire on another wire and kinda started
Thank you
Kongo are you an electrician or DIY and exactly what kind of help do you need
 
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