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Old 10-26-13, 12:01 PM   #142
MetroMPG
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Isn't a washing machine motor AC? If I'm not mistaken, you would have to rectify the output to create DC. You may also have to energize the field coil to get current out. (I may be wrong - I'm rusty on AC motors.)

I used a DC permanent magnet motor. Much easier to work with.
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