I've come to the conclusion that 3 wires are required for the relay to work. It was only wired with 2: one from the motor and one from the cap with the coil in between. The cap has 3 leads, 2 to the motor from a double terminal and 1 to the coil from the other terminal. I can't find a diagram of the motor wiring so I don't know which leads go where. There is a winding of fine wire and a winding of heavier wire in the motor. Probably one is the start and one is run. A whle ago I remembered a fellow that owns a shop that rebuilds swimming pool and other motors, so he probably knows the answer.
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