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Typically when that happens the speed sensor is dirty or failing. That tells the board the speed of the motor and if it is not working right it will have pause the motor longer before going in the opposite direction. It is part #911 at this link.
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Have you checked the motor windings with a ohm meter to see what they read?
If you are getting that low of power to the winding when it rotates you either have a bad capacitor or a bad control board. I would change out the capacitor watching the video it looks like a failed capacitor.
If you take the belt off does it rotate fast?
Does the center pulley spin freely by hand it should, if it is bound up that could be the issue.
I would try the speed sensor
ok sound good
The 6 ohms should be ok so this basically leaves the board as the only thing