201-2 subclass = potted motor.
The insulation was falling off the original wiring, so I had to replace it. Not too hard: just measure the new wire with the old wire and remember where everything goes.
Here's where the power cord plugs into the motor/light/pedal wires. The original wiring had nice little terminal eyelets. I soldered the new loops a bit so they'd keep their shape.
The new insulation was quite a bit thicker and stiffer than the original. Had to trim it down to fit.
Lock it down.
Machine-lift assist, and a bracket for a bottle of oil down there on the right.
This machine is great a sewing lightweight material. So far, I've used it to make a mess of bug bags for a local lab and sew a pocket back on some pants.