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Trying to wire the pump motor. Blue, red, black, white and green. Green is grounded to the frame, but I don't know what the other wires do. Please help.

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Hello,
The black and white wires supply power to the motor so that it rotates clockwise when the machine is in it's wash cycle. The blue and red wires are opposite to the black and white. This makes the motor spin counter clockwise. The machine will be in it's drain mode mode when the blue and red wires are live.
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