Hey all. I have an old garage door opener motor. Its a 1/3 HP, 1000 RPM, 115 volt, 3.6 amp, AC Motor (Am I correct in thinking its single phase?). I'm attempting to motorize a grain mill that I have in the kitchen. (the faster I can grind the wheat the faster my wife can make homemade bread right? ;) I am following a similar design as this guy: http://sdcollins.home.mindspring.com/GrainMill.html [Broken] The Motor is a bit older and the wires had a good layer of dirt over them when I pulled it out of the garage door opener frame. However with some cleaning up I've exposed 4 wires: White, Green, Red, Brown (They are unmarked other then color and enter the motor casing by the same hole)(See attached diagram) I also have salvaged the dual capacitor which has a yellow wire(attaching the two together), a blue wire attached to one, and a red wire attached to the other. (See attached diagram) Also, the capacitors are encased in plastic, not metal, and therefore do not need to be grounded??? GOAL: Correctly wire the motor and the capacitors to a normal three pronged 120v plug, with a simple switch installed. I'd also prefer the motor to spin clockwise. I've searched the internet and spoken with friends but haven't been able to figure it out. Any pointers would be appreciated! Thanks!