Primary has 6 wires.. Help needed!

MaxHeadRoom

Joined Jul 18, 2013
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It appears it may be a typical 120v/240v primary. energize the white and one black with 120, and read the voltage from the white to the unconnected black, then measure between both blacks. ONLY have one black connected to power.
 

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jimbo123

Joined Nov 6, 2013
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It appears it may be a typical 120v/240v primary. energize the white and one black with 120, and read the voltage from the white to the unconnected black, then measure between both blacks. ONLY have one black connected to power.
There is only 1 black brown . black . white. . yellow . blue . red
when taking resistance with metre. brown / black / white are not connected to the yellow / blue / red
do you think there are several taps 120v / 140v / 208 / 240v So
link white & yellow mains 240 on black & red I am only assuming there are places in the world that use them volts?
 
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