the electrician already has the engine and he will do it. will write when there will be news.borko444 wrote: ↑Sep 03 2019 3:25pmDid you not count them when you cut the old wires?
This is no longer normal. How will you repair an engine after you don't know how many coils it should have?
Did I measure the thickness of the micrometer wire?
This is also important. The thickness of the conductor is measured without varnish. The cable must be properly cleaned only with copper. If you have not done this the thickness will also be smaller and will heat the motor instantly. Find the old windings and count how many windings there are. You know how many cables form a single cable?
Replace the motor correctly or you will lose both power and speed.
What you did is not right. Start from step to step and do it right.
But once you get it to an electrician, he probably knows what to do with the engine repair
thank you very much for the advice