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    Jaco May 11, 2010

    What make condenser do you have, is it compatible with the evaporator?

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This would be a total waste as it would not be energy wise.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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I can help you:
1: Put a Piece of Tape on each wire. write #1 #2 #3 etc
2: do the same on the capacitor.
3: Remove Wires with insulated needle nose pliers, and take a Insulated Screwdriver and Cross it over the Terminals on the Capacitor. Its safe, it just Discharges it.
4 Remove and go to lowes or home depot and get a new one.


5:Note the "RED" dot on the old Capacitor.make sure that you hook the same wire on the new cap.

6: Install New Capacitor and, your ready to go.

Make sure you pull out the "Service Disconnect" Breaker Located on the Wall next to the condensing Unit Before you do any work. Replace when you are done..

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