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How do you hook up the white wire off the motor to the two remaining wires in the switch box

I had the motor rebuilt and I don't know where the white and black wires go back

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SOURCE: where do the wires from the motor (red white and

the motor wires come out of the top of the switch

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problem solved,bumped into a eletrician today and put me right on the matter. up and running. many thanks.

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