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I've been restoring a Japanese popcorn machine, the size you would use at local fairs or gatherings. I forgot to note the wiring before disassembling it. I've asked for the help of an electrician online, but he's a little busy and I'd like to get this off my kitchen table.
The pictures here show the underside of the machine, and a diagram of the wiring in place. Any advice from those with a little experience would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Well, got it figured out. 0n the schematic, points C and F were just fixing bolts. I attached A2, B4 and E3 (these 2 would probably work either way), E5, D6 and D1. The popcorn itself tastes good enough, very few duds.