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I HAVE A 1/3hp 5KCP36JN124HX 1ph 230v 50/60hz MOTOR IT KEEPS BLOWING ITS CAPACITOR OLD CAP WAS 25uf 240v IS THIS MOTOR RUN CAP ONLY AND WHAT IS ITS REQUIRED CAP RATING AS A RUN .

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Contact me thru www.arrowpools.net with the model and serial number off the motor and I'll see if AOSmith still has a record of the caps used when the motor was made.

John

Posted on Jul 09, 2011

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