There are 4 free wires: a black, a red and 2 yellowYou hook the two free wires to 120 VAC
"So now we have a bridge rectifier with four wires, none of which are connected to the motor?"
The black and red wires connected to the bridge appear to have 2 wires on each connector. Do those wires go into the motor?
The loose blk red may be for an external brake or some other device.
But first we need to know where those 2 blk red wires go. Do you know what the input voltage should be?
Then I would apply 115 ac to the yellow wires, making sure the loose blk red wires are taped off so they cannot short out.Yes the red and black go to the motor. Voltage is 115
That worked. ThanksThen I would apply 115 ac to the yellow wires, making sure the loose blk red wires are taped off so they cannot short out.
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