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Usha table fan winding connection

I have one usha table fan .I removed the winding .I have done new windingbut i do not know how to give connection to that winding.
we are using ac 240 volts.that winding has a 4 plus 4 coil set.plaese give idia to connection.

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If you cut the coil ... your chance of actually making a repair are very limited. If you are skilled at using a volt/ohm meter, you can probably tell which one goes to which one ... actually making the solder or cold repair and getting it back into an enclosure will be difficult.

You can check the individual pieces of the wire using the ohm part of your meter checking contunity.

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