Question about Heating & Cooling
You need MFD microfared on your multimeter to check it. you can try to ohms it out but most multimeters arent quick enough to chech it. if its a single run you just switch sides (has 2 teminal connections out of the top) a duel run cap will have 3. on a duel run cap you will go from c to either the fan or the herm side. but always back to c. this is how you do it. put black on 1 side & red on the other it should show something & then drop to 0 you have to switch the red & black to check it again. this tells you it works but will not tell you how strong it is. thats where the MFD test comes in. there are numers on the side of the cap to tell you what it should be. normally + or - 10%. if the cap is swollen or looks like its leaking oil its bad
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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