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  • This is an Example of an AMP Plug showing the arrangement of the Flat spots on the two outer pins versus the colors...
On an AMP Plug left to right would be
(1) Speed Black Skip a Space White then Green..
(2) Speed Red, Black, White and Green...
Note: There are rare cases when the Red wire is Low Speed and Black is High in this case you would revers the order of the black and red... To determine this compare the black wire spade connector number on the schematic on the old motor to the speed it corresponds to before unhooking to move the wire to the new motor..
  • This is an example of a 2 speed AMP Plug..
Note: if this goes on a Motor that is 115V the white wire would be Neutral if it is 230V the white wire would be Hot 115V...
In these positions Red is normally High Speed, Black, Low, White Neutral and Green Ground..
  • This is an example of a J&J Cord.. The order of the pins cannot be changed but the motor end can..
Note: There are rare cases when the Red wire is Low Speed and Black is High in this case you would revers the order of the black and red... To determine this compare the black wire spade connector number on the schematic on the old motor to the speed it corresponds to before unhooking to move the wire to the new motor..
  • This is an example of a 2 speed J&J Old Style Plug.. The order of the pins cannot be changed but the motor end can..
Note: There are rare cases when the Red wire is Low Speed and Black is High in this case you would revers the order of the black and red... To determine this compare the black wire spade connector number on the schematic on the old motor to the speed it corresponds to before unhooking to move the wire to the new motor..
  • This is an example of a 2 speed J&J Old Style Plug.. The order of the pins cannot be changed but the motor end can..
Note: There are rare cases when the Red wire is Low Speed and Black is High in this case you would revers the order of the black and red... To determine this compare the black wire spade connector number on the schematic on the old motor to the speed it corresponds to before unhooking to move the wire to the new motor..
  • An Example of a 2 Speed Guangdong LX motor wiring on the Amp Plug End...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Guangdong LX motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (4)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (1) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (3) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Guangdong LX motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (4)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (1) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (3) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed GE motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover... 
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed GE motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • Notice The (1) beside the white Common wire 

An Example of a 2 Speed GE motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 1 Speed Circulation Pump motor wiring on the Motor End:
Black wire goes on (1)
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (4)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Note: if this Motor was 115V the white wire would be Neutral if it is 230V the white wire would be Hot 115V...
  • An Example of a 1 Speed Circulation Pump motor wiring on the Motor End:
Black wire goes on (1)
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (4)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Note: if this Motor was 115V the white wire would be Neutral if it is 230V the white wire would be Hot 115V...
  • A Close up so you can see there are numbers by each Spade Connector...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Marathon motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Marathon motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • A Close up so you can see there are numbers by each Spade Connector...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed A.O. Smith motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
High Speed Red Wire goes on (2) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (3)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed A.O. Smith motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
High Speed Red Wire goes on (2) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (3)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed A.O. Smith motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
High Speed Red Wire goes on (2) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (3)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (1) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (1) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 2 Speed GE Regal Beloit motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed GE Regal Beloit motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed GE Regal Beloit motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • You can see the numbers next to each Spade Connector...

An Example of a 230V (2) Speed GE Regal Beloit motor wiring on the Motor End:
Low Speed Black wire goes on (2)
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (1) Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
Pay no attention to the colors they show by the speeds...
  • An Example of a 115V (2) Speed Century Lansar motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (2) Note: In this case this wire is really Neutral...
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (4)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 115V (2) Speed Century Lansar motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (2) Note: In this case this wire is really Neutral...
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (4)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • You can see the numbers by each spade connector...

An Example of a 115V (2) Speed Century Lansar motor wiring on the Motor End:
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (2) Note: In this case this wire is really Neutral...
High Speed Red Wire goes on (3) 
Low Speed Black wire goes on (4)
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
  • An Example of a 230V (2) Speed Emerson motor wiring on the Motor End:
High Speed Red Wire goes on (H) for High Speed
Common or Neutral White Wires goes on (C) for Common or Neutral.. Note: In this case this wire would be Hot 115V..
Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed
Green goes on 1/4" Screw to the body cover...
  • Low Speed Black wire goes on (L) for Low Speed

How To Wire a Hot Tub Pump Motor Correctly The Spa Guy

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In this video The Spa Guy shows you How To Read and understand a Hot Tub Pump Motor Wiring Schematic and wire your Hot Tub Pump motor.. Most Hot Tub Pump Motors do not come with a wire so this teaches you how to put the wire on the new motor...

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