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So far, I cannot locate a wiring diagram for an installation. However, this is a single phase "shaded pole" motor.
For a single speed, shaded pole motor, there are only two power wires. For a dual speed motor, a third wire provides a second speed. One wire will be one side of the motor coil(s)...connected to the white power wire. The other wires are the opposite side of one or two motor coils, connected to the black power wire or through a thermostat. A thermostat is simply a temperature operated switch. An additional wire may (should) be a green "grounding" wire.
Sort of...it the control that allow the blower motor to run at different speeds. Check for voltage at the wires going into the motor...I assume you checked before replacing the motor, but check again. If voltage is there, a bad motor was installed. If no voltage, consult a Haynes Manual wiring diagram to trace the wires from the blower motor back to the source (batt). Best of luck resolving this issue.
I have just removed one of these motors today. The cabinet has the wiring diagram on it. I will be back on site once I find a replacement motor and can get the diagram then. Any idea what motor replaces this one?