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What terminal on the capacitor gets the blue wire from the run terminal on the compressor? Does it go in the terminal with the white wire or the blue wire?

I have a Fedders dehumidifier model number A7DH45B2A*AR I need a wiring diagram, or can you tell me where the blue wire from the run terminal on the compressor goes on the capacitor. Does it go on the terminal with the white wire or the blue wire? My father took it apart and doesn't remember.

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Follow the start wire from the compressor to the capacitor, the run wire will go to the opposite side.
For instance if the white wire is the start wire on your compressor then the run wire will go to blue wire and vice versa.

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