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Logan Brownlie
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I'm looking for a stator for a 12" GE AOU, FORM V4.It has a four wire headwire.

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I was looking for the exact same thing (4 wire AOU stator) but no replies so far. The one in my fan only had two wires hooked up the other two were taped off. Could you possibly post a couple pictures of your stater and the way it is wired? I would greatly appreciate it.

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I just now got it out.It has two wires going to each side.Do you want me to cut some of the tape so you can see the wires?



 

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Thanks for taking the time to do this. It would be great to see the wires themselves. My stater had red windings and black windings I have 2 red ends and 4 black ends which is 6 wires, so I don't know if the black windings broke or not. One of the red wires and one of the black wires were connected together. I assume that is the common connection.

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What is wrong with your stator, it looks like it is in good shape? Do you know what the ohms are supposed to be between wires for low, med and high? I will post a picture of my stater with the red and black windings so you can see what I am talking about. I will post it on the Pre-1950 forum later today when I get home from work. Thanks for your help.

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What is wrong with your stator, it looks like it is in good shape? Do you know what the ohms are supposed to be between wires for low, med and high? I will post a picture of my stater with the red and black windings so you can see what I am talking about. I will post it on the Pre-1950 forum later today when I get home from work. Thanks for your help.

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Here is another picture.My windings are burnt.I have a meter but I don't know how to use it and there are breaks in the windings.I'm going Thursday to talk to a guy about rewinding mine.

 

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Logan,

The medium and high wires look like there are two wires on each. A thin one and a little thicker one. Are there actually two wires on each? How about the power and low? Your tape is covering the actual conductor in the wire. Is there a single or double wire on those? I posted the picture of my windings on the pre-1950 forum. I have 6 wires on it. Assuming that the low and power on yours only have one wire and med and high two wires I think I can figure it out. At least I hope so! Thanks so much for your help and let me know how much it will cost to get a rewire job. I may have to spring for one if this doesn't work out.

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Yes two wires on medium and high and single wires to low and power.


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