Hello again, you can order an exact replacement fan motor from the various on line sources, ask them to send you a diagram of the motor wiring so that it is the same as the motor you have.
call them on the phone at the top right of their opening page, tell them you want the OEM replacement, hopefully it will come with identical wiring that you will not have to figure out.
Or you can remove the motor and take it Grainger Industrial supply, or Johnstone supply and get a match up for mounting configuration, speed, horse power, voltage, shaft size and rotation (mark the rotation on the motor before you remove it).. avoid the Dayton brand, get their GE brand... and a new run capacitor to go with it.
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