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Go to the back of the range. The wiring diagram with be on the back, or inside the top console. They hide them there for service engineers. Washing machine diagrams are in the bottom or in the top console, Fridges are behind the back of the freezer to the right of the evaporator coils.
Your colour coding is probably the same on all burners. There is normally only two wires.
It can be very difficult to obtain wiring / circuit diagrams for old units. Provided no -one has "played" with the wiring and mixed them up, all I can suggest is if you are replacing the wiring, do it ONE at a time taking note of where the wire is connected and where it is going to.
you don't need a wiring diagram for 3ph. this motor is single phase. either 120 or 240v. you just need to fing out what power you will power it with and read the inside cover for the wiring box on the motor. given to you by an electrician w/35 yrs experience.