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i HAVE A POTER CABLE 3 1/4 HP MODEL 75192 TYPE 1

I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR WEEKS TO GET A NEW SOFT START BUT STILL NOT IN
AND I HAVE TO FINISH SOME RAISED PANEL DOORS FOR A CUSTOMER

THE SERVICE CENTER SAID I CAN BY PASS THE SWITCH TILL THE PART COMES IN
BUT I CAN'T FIND A WIRING DIAGRAM

IT LOOKS PRETTY SIMPLE
I HAVE THE 2 BLACK WIRES AND 1 BLUE GOING INTO THE SWITCH

WHICH ONES DO I CONNECT

CAN YOU HELP
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Hi

Try the link below and I'm sure you will get the info you need.

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i HAVE A POTER CABLE 3 1/4 HP MODEL 75192 TYPE 1

I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR WEEKS TO GET A NEW SOFT START BUT STILL NOT IN
AND I HAVE TO FINISH SOME RAISED PANEL DOORS FOR A CUSTOMER

THE SERVICE CENTER SAID I CAN BY PASS THE SWITCH TILL THE PART COMES IN
BUT I CAN'T FIND A WIRING DIAGRAM

IT LOOKS PRETTY SIMPLE
I HAVE THE 2 BLACK WIRES AND 1 BLUE GOING INTO THE SWITCH

WHICH ONES DO I CONNECT

CAN YOU HELP



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Probably the black ones.

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Hi Bob. I would talk to the service centre again and ask them. I'm familiar with electrical circuits but new to routers so I would not advise you by just guessing at what to do. Oldrusty.
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Not entirely a guess. It's pretty easy to figure out but if you have to ask, I guess you should wait for the switch.
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Hi boatnik:

If you want to remove the soft-start controller from the circuit, disconnect the two black wires from the soft-start controller and then connect the two black wires together. Then insulate the joined black wires. This procedure will convert your router into a full-speed-only router, suitable for use with external speed controllers.

Be forewarned that removing the soft-start controller from the high-power router will likely cause large inrush currents at starting, unless one is using the external speed controller.

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...and large inrush will make the router try to spin on startup.

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thanks guys for all your responces
I already pulled the 2 black wires out and put then together and nothing happened thats why question to you guys
how ever i did get the router to kick on
I have also read allot about this router and it seams to me my 12 year old router might be better off waiting for the new part
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