looking around the net i found a solution -
I would use a single phase reversing motor contactor (sometimes referred to as a single phase reversing motor starter). This contactor essentially is two interlocked contactors. This allows you to "change" the wiring configuration of the motor and also open it up completely. You would wire in the L1, L2, and Cap to the top of both sides and then wire T1, T2, and T4 to the bottom of the first one (left side), then wire T1,T2, and T3 into the bottom of the second one (right side). Then you will use a 110VAC or 24VDC circuit to open the contactor, close the forward side or close the reverse side. The contactor should come with a diagram of how to wire this simple control circuit. In addition, be sure to order the contactor w/ 110vac coil or 24VDC coil to match your control voltages. If you do not have a 24VDC supply on your machine, then order a 110VAC coil, as you will surely have this available.
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