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How to wire a capacitor to a condenser on a fridge, its a Kenmore side by side,# 10650584001,I was vacuuming underneath and knocked it off of condensor, it has a blue and white wire from capacitor, where does it go on condenser,a red and white come from power cord to condenser,the white is connected to a 2 prong plug on condenser (bottom left position)and there are 2 free spots (#1)or(#3),the red is connected to condenser below the plug, the capacitor has a blue and white wire coming from it, it was just laying behind condenser..I don't want to miss-connect the capacitor to the condenser

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HI thanks for your question. the red to red black to black white to white green goes to the fram of the dryer. thanks hope i was helpful. please rate my answer.

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3 in 1 starters like the supco that you have pictured can and will cause premature failure of your compressor. newer compressors are not designed to handle the start up current the 3-n-1 provides. I reccomend replaing wiht an original oem part the part number is 8201786. If you still want to use the hard start use the 410 model obviously hook up the red white and blak wires to the compressor the 2 left over leads will connect to the 2 original wires that come in to the compressor I beleive they are red and white. polarity does not matter. good luck Peyton

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ok the black wire from the powersource goes to the (-)negative terminal in the converter, the white wire goes to the (+) positive.
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Kalola,
You can if you want to, but it's not generally necessary. Here's a picture of a 3 prong configuration with a ground strap...
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That green wire with the yellow stripe is a ground and it is most definitely connected to the cabinet somewhere. So it will serve as the ground strap (in the above picture).

Here's the thing... say you were going from a 3 prong to a 4 prong. That is, the dryer was originally "designed" for a 3 prong. This means you'd have to "retrofit" it a bit. Take a look at this pic... ( I made this for someone else, so please disregard my somewhat hostile remarks, OK?)
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The ground strap has been removed and has been replaced by the ground to the frame. Yours probably does NOT have a ground strap, though... yours uses that Green/Yellow wire for frame ground.

All of that to say this. Don't lose sleep over it. Ya done good.

SG

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