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    Convert hydraulic pump to motor

    Does anyone know if I can convert a vane-type hydraulic pump to a motor? I want to run a winch on a pickup truck off the steering pump. If it'll run, will it run both ways and will it transmit...
  2. Question: Jet pump wiring

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    Jet pump wiring

    Hi,

    I acquired a Gould jet pump, with A O Smith 3/4 hp motor #C48C05A06. Does anyone know of a source for a wiring diagram for it? It was missing the cap and centrifugal switch and associated...
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    Donf: It's a milling machine- a metal working...

    Donf:

    It's a milling machine- a metal working machine tool, and it's a home shop, not a commercial shop that is governed by any rules except not to burn my house down. It won't get the kind of...
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    TK: I wish I could troubleshoot and fix...

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    I wish I could troubleshoot and fix electronics. When the controller fails all I can do is buy another. I figured I'd be ahead to simply run it at full speed. Also, as I understand it, the...
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    Don: The circuit is adequate. The motor...

    Don:

    The circuit is adequate. The motor originally ran off a PWM controller, which, I'm pretty certain, reduced the voltage to 95 because that's what the motor is rated at. I'm using the motor...
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    Motor voltage problem

    I'd like to reduce the voltage going into a motor from 120 to 95. It's an 18 amp DC treadmill motor running on rectified house current. Could anyone tell me what size resistor (ohms and watts) to...
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    Resistor size to cut voltage

    I want to run a 95v, 18a DC motor on 120v house current via a bridge rectifier. As near as I can figure, I need a 45 ohm, 14w resistor to cut the voltage from 120 to 95. Does this sound about right...
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