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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 10-01-2018 02:29 AM

Bill,

The start capacitor should have a dome-shaped cover with 2-3 screws holding it down…Remove the cover, and check to see if it’s burned, blown, or possibly “swelled up” caused from blowing….If it is just remove it, take it to town to an electric co. or an electrician for a replacement…Also, remember which wires go on which terminals…Most have four…It may not make any difference, but if it’s the capacitor, mark the terminals with a red Marks- a lot….

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