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the capacitor is correct for the motor
all it does is supply an over voltage burst to start the motor turning, then to keep it running while the switch is on
if the capacitor was faulty in the original motor then the motor will burn out as that over voltage is not there but the current to run the motor is so the motor over heats and burns
as to the constant running it is important to check how you attached the wires to the new motor as you may have a power wire direct to the motor instead of through the switch control
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Overload of motor • When the machine head is locked. • Check whether the thread has been
entangled in the motor pulley.
• When sewing extra-heavy material beyond • Check the motor output connector (4P)
the guarantee of the machine head. for loose connection and disconnection.
• When the motor does not run.
• Motor or driver is broken. • Check whether there is any holdup when
turning the motor by hand.
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hi there you say you need a new capacitor i would assume your motor is not operating .you should be able to get a new capacitor from any elec strore the size is stamped on the side ie 8uf 10 uf etc hope this helps
The start/run capacitor for the fan motor must be checked. Turn off the power to the outside unit and open the control panel. Follow the brown wire from the fan back to the capacitor. Look at the capacitor. If it is bukged out on top it is definitely bad. Capacitors can be bad and not bulged on top. It will have to be checked with a capacitor tester or replaced with a known good capacitor of the same MFD value. If the capacitor is good and the fan does not run,the fan motor is bad and must be replaced.