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Pulled out motor and did not write down where wires go back and now eather it is on all the time or nothing or it throwes a breaker in the house only 4 wires and switch and reset please help.

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You'll have two wires from the motor, a black and a white. The cord wires should also be white and black. The cord black is the hot wire and that always goes in one side of the reset and out to the switch and out of the switch to the motors black. The white is a neutral from the cord and connects to the motor white. Please remeber that a black always runs thru the switch to the motor as a means of controlling the energy required to activate the motor. Be careful!

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