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Air comp. blows fuses

My air comp. works great as long as its cooled down or running.If i let it shut off,then it dont want to start no more.It acts like it wants to a couple times,but then it blows a fuse.Im thinking from looking around on the net it may b the starter compacitor??What do u guys think?I even went to a 20 amp breaker.Thanks

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Sounds like the capacitor

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