Well that is indeed a puzzle. Normally neutral and the 120 volt return are the same line. But if you connect them that way, there would be no voltage across the main motor winding. Either there's an error in the drawing or neutral and return are not the same connection.Thanks. I am still a bit confused how the motor works.
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