It can be reversed if it has the appropriate accessible start winding terminals, should be avaialable right under the junction box where wires enter the motor and often a diagram and instructions are shown there.
A single phase split phase motor (unlike a 3 phase) isnt self starting, there needs to be an offset usually temporary seperate start winding which gets it spinning in one direction and is then disabled by a centrifugal switch.
Look under the motors entrance box for wires or diagrams or directions......
If I missed anything hopefully the other fine sparky gents here can add to this, Im a tad rusty in my old age lol
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