WIRING DIAGRAM - This picture shows the location of the winding circuits that you will be measuring. There are three sets of windings: the main windings are split into two sets, shown in the green box; the auxiliary start capacitor winding is shown in the red box. The start capacitor winding provides extra torque during the initial startup of the motor to help prime the pool system. In general, you will be taking 4 readings. You will be comparing the resistance readings of one set of main windings against the other, Then you will be comparing the resistance readings of one set of main windings plus the start-up windings to the other set of main windings with the start-up windings. The measurement points are identified by blue circles. They include: the "L2" power terminal; the "A" power terminal; the yellow wire attached to terminal 3 on the Overload Protector, and the end of the red lead going to the switch. For these measurements the red lead to the switch must be detached to simulate and open switch.