Today I ran a wire from the big bulkhead connector over to the fan motor. I bypassed the switch (jumper wire wasn't long enough). I touched all the terminals on the resistor and the fan ran 3 different speeds FOR ONLY A MOMENT!! After that there was no voltage to the bulkhead connector. Fuses are checking good. Am I back to a bad motor that is pulling too many amps? Is the resistor bad? What about all those capacitors? I think there are 4 total. I have another motor that doesn't use the resistor to get the fan speeds. I put one of those in my TW20. Now to remember how to wire it!!! Thanks!
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