This part is a Stationary Switch, Century, Wishbone, 2 Speed, Pump, Motor, Switch.. The thing that happens to this switch is one of the phenolic pads on the edge of the wishbone falls off and the motor will not start in low speed because the wishbone gets sideways and opens the switch... The motor this switch fits has a black plastic cover on the back with one 1/4" screw in the center holding it in place with a starter capacitor on the left side...
|Motor Brand||Century/Regal Beloit|
|Motor Parts Type||Switch, Stationary|
|Speed||2 Speed (2-Spd)|
Posted by Michael Zimmerman on Nov 22nd 2019
By not watching the video carefully enough, I broke this switch during disassembly. Perhaps it had become brittle due to heat and age. (I'm still telling myself that) The switch was not wired exactly like mine, but a little ciphering revealed how to make it the same. I assume this switch is used in many different brands and my motor is 15 years old so some difference is to be expected. I installed the switch, rebuilt the wet end and all is functioning properly. Thanks Spa Guy!!