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Posted on Interesting find: Delta 36-5100

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#1 posted 09-05-2018 07:14 PM

Open up the plastic motor housing and remove the capacitor and test it. There are plenty of YouTube videos showing how to test. If bad get a replacement that is the same voltage and Uf. Make sure to take a good picture so you know how to hook the cap back up. There was one person that posted a starting problem with the 36-725 and when he opened up the motor housing a wire had come loose from the cap and was hanging. He figured out where it plugged too and the motor was up and running. You might get lucky.

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