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SOURCE: looking for westinghouse wiring diagram

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?

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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