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Wiring diagram? I have a ge motor Model # G553 5KH45CR365. 115v 1725 rpm. there are four different wires coming off a terminal block. #1 is White size 12 guage, #2 is Red size 12 guage, # 4 is blue 16 guage & #5 is white 16 guage. Question are the two larger wires the White and Red are they the power leads? and where are the other two wires go?

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They ain't power leads. They carry heat element current from the cent sw when the motor is running.

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