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Need connection diagram, AO Smith motor FDL 1056

Motor has 4 leads, red, blue black, and yellow. I know yellow is neutral. What speeds are the other wires ?

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    Answer was exactly what I needed. Thanks!

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    Red, blue, and black all give the same 1195 rpm when connected to the hot supply.

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Black is high , Blue is med. , red is low

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