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220 to 110 wiring on Craftsman Compressor

Craftsman Compressor Mod. 919.195412
The Motor is an OEM part made by Marathon Electric for Devbliss
This Compressor was originally wired for 110. It was consequently wired for 220 by it's original owner. I have it now and would like to wire it back to its original state, 110. I don't have 220 hooked up at our home and would like the versatility of being able to haul it around and still use it (finding 110 20AMP BREAKERS more readily)
Based on the images, what can anyone tell me I can do to get this wired back correctly. The manual does not have a wiring diagram for its original state.
I am handy when it comes to basic wiring, but the 220 wiring, I have never dealt with. Please, no patronizing by the pros. Thank you.

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I understand needing a wiring diagram is very important to obtain. I found a diagram in the Sears Parts Direct website that might be helpful to you. While your waiting on an expert answer, I attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!!!
by Manage My Life
October 27th, 2010
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Mark T
Thank you for your question.

I have checked the owner's manual for the instructions for switching the voltage on the motor. Per the manual, the instructions for changing the voltage are on the side of the motor. I assume they are missing that’s way you are asking for them. I have provided you with a few images below on how to change the voltage on some of our motors. Please use the images to aid in the wiring of your motor.

If you need further assistance, please reply with more details.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.
by Mark T Earned 1,713 community points in Craftsman
October 27th, 2010
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