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Re: Baldor grinder , stupid purchase ???

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jc okla

09-28-2013 17:45:49

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does it have a metal platE
with two screws on it if it does.THEY will have numbers on them. look on the inside of the plate and it will show which one to connect together to change the voltage

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Robert in Md.

09-28-2013 18:07:14

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 Re: Baldor grinder , stupid purchase ??? in reply to jc okla, 09-28-2013 17:45:49  
JC , there is a plate , I just took it off. Inside the plate it says Low voltage hookup on one side and High voltage on the other side. There are 9 wires in the box,, I,m hoping this will change this to 220. As you can tell I,m not a electrical expert. Thanks

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dr sportster

09-28-2013 18:51:07

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 Re: Baldor grinder , stupid purchase ??? in reply to Robert in Md., 09-28-2013 18:07:14  
Look on the wires for marking T1 ,T2 etc if you can read these I can tell you the wiring you need.

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09-28-2013 18:14:19

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 Re: Baldor grinder , stupid purchase ??? in reply to Robert in Md., 09-28-2013 18:07:14  
Take to a shop and pay them to wire it for 220 It's an expensive grinder and worth every penny of price plus repair.

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