I replaced the headstock locking rod & parts and returned the headstock to the waytubes.
Placing the waytubes into the vertical position with the table on the underside of the headstock, I carefully aligned the motor's screw holes and headstock screw holes as shown on the DVD. Plugging the motor in, I added more cable ties as shown on the DVD, then carefully pushed the motor into the headstock making sure I didn't pinch any cables.
I put in the top flathead screws as shown on the DVD to allow the motor to be tilted upward and slip on the belt to the Idler Shaft bearing. I then pushed the bottom of the motor in place and put in the bottom flathead screws, the center flathead screws, and tightened them all down.
At this point the DVD said one could test the motor and I did only to get splattered in the face. For what this was about, see my new topic ''Is This Normal?''
Assured the control panel and motor talked to each other and the headstock ran, I put the motor pan, and then the belt cover in place. I then returned the work table to its normal position and lowered the waytubes to horizontal and ran the motor through its paces:https://youtu.be/X62Z4DKqG4E
It's Alive! It's Alive!
I didn't think to try the reverse function or run the chart through its paces, I'll get to that tomorrow...