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I should not think there is a schematic, ever. There will be a connection diagram. Have you found out what sort of motor. Does it run with a capacitor all the time = split phase. Does it have a centrifugal switch on the shaft, which switches out an extra winding as the motor speeds up. I assume it is a proper shunt wound motor, and not a series motor as in a washing machine. If this all sounds puzzling, try a book from your library. I have one on model engineering Workshop Practice "electric motors" which is helpful, Argus Books, ISBN 0 85242 914 2. Difficult to get in UK, as it is so specialist. Else your local electric motor rewinding or supply firm may well be patient enough to help, and let you look at the installation instructions for a motor he has in stock.