Ok, thanks for the new upload of pictures.
I am going to contact our support team to report an issue, as the first time you posted pictures, they show up on our old Q and A format pages, but our new design pages.
I switched over to the old format and see them now from the first post, so I will use this page for all correspondence.
Now, the pictures give a lot of information, but unfortunately, with all the foreign made items, some information is lacking. Look at the switch posting, so I can provide some details.
They show connecting to a motor with the switch, which is good, but they do not tell you the particular motor.
There are literally hundreds of motors and they all wire differently. US made switches, do not show motor wiring, they show switch contact configuration.
That gives you the details of each terminals contact with other terminals on the switch. Basically the contact closure. That is what we need here. and the only way to determine this, is to use a continuity meter and check them.
Measuring between the terminals to each other in all 3 positions of the switch.
Your motor is designed to wire and run in one direction for the standards. It can be used for reversing with a switch, I have done many.
It just takes a little more work and another reason to know the switch contacts make and break form each other.
Trying to explain so that you can understand the situation. Can you run a continuity test and find the contact configuration?
I can try to find a motor with the identical leads as the switch diagram, but that can take a while since I will have to go through databases to acquire as many motors as possible. It actually looks like possibly, someone had a motor wired to the switch based on their notes/sketching on the diagram, if that is the case, if I had that motors label, I could back into the switch contact setup by making a diagram on it and using it for the determination. Either way, we have to determine the contacts.