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How to replace motor on 42 in county line barrel fan

Need diagram of the 42in county line motor for barrel fan to check the assembly. the bolts don't seem to be long enough for bolts to secure motor to frame. used original bolts

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Before trying top replace anything, make sure you have power at the motor from the cord.
If you have no way to check for power, unplug and change the cord to any other you have around.
That will assure that the cord is good or bad.

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diagram sould be on the back of the cover panel over the sequincer and relays

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Wire nut and tape the blue and red wires they are not used.

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one wire goes to the coil one to the capacitor and one line

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