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Where does the capillary bulb go?

My son and I took a small Maytag window unit apart to see why the fan wouldn't run. It was very dirty. We cleaned it up and cleaned the capacitor contacts and now it works great. Except we did not notice where the capillary bulb was mounted. Any Help?span.jajahWrapper { font-size:1em; color:#B11196; text-decoration:underline; } a.jajahLink { color:#000000; text-decoration:none; } span.jajahInLink:hover { background-color:#B11196; }

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  • k520g Jan 04, 2009

    Thanks skeeter140, but that did not solve the problem. Indeed we looked for mounting clips but couldn't find any nor any evidence where it had been mounted. We left it hanging in the air next to a 3-4" diameter coil of the small tubing running from the compressor to the condensing coil.span.jajahWrapper { font-size:1em; color:#B11196; text-decoration:underline; } a.jajahLink { color:#000000; text-decoration:none; } span.jajahInLink:hover { background-color:#B11196; }
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Are you talking about t-stat sensing bulb? just to let you know it is connected to the thermostat on the front panel gauged 1 to 10 looks like a bulb that just mounts to the front of the coil that is inside the house. Should have like little clips that sink into the coils and clips onto the copper tube. Then put the filter on top of that then the front cover. I really hope that is what you are talking about. ken


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