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My understanding is that I need a 1 phase(household) to three phase converter to do this. Yes. Usually these are used if you need to control the speed, torque, or another aspect of the motor. If you just need a constant 1750 RPM with a max 1HP, then you can purchase a single phase AC motor that doesn't require a converter. If you need to control the ...


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I'm sorry, but from the tone of your question, and the fact that you even suggest plugging this motor into a regular 15A receptacle tells me you are so far over your head your only valid option is to hire a pro to wire this. This is NOT a simple DIY job and you cannot simply ask questions to get every little detail out of an internet message board to do this ...


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While those answers may apply to some degree, I know the plate does create a restriction, which causes a slight vacuum in the blower section. This vacuum is used on some furnaces to actuate the diaphragm pressure/vacuum safety switch. If you have a diaphragm switch hose leading from the blower housing, then you'll find the furnace will not start gas flow ...



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