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Capacitor looking for a place to buy a capacitor that will fit my compressor. Ordered online and product is too long. Capacitor is huizhong CBB60 120u F 5% SH

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No need to buy exact part. Search Ebay for "motor run capacitor" in the 60 to 70 uf/ mfd range with voltage of 220 or higher(higher voltage equals better quality but usually larger). These are usually metal or light color plastic (black plastic caps are motor start). You will need to be creative in placing the cap because it will probably not fit where the old one was. Good luck

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You don't need the exact capacitor. You need one that is for AC and meets the minimum requirement OR more. So you can use a larger cap as long as it fits under the cover. On Craigslist you can find old compressors of the same type that are worn out and get the part that way. Get the information of the cap and email various online electrical component places. It will say voltage, and capacitance rated in microfarad aka uF so 120v 4800uF. etc.

Be sure that you have diagnosed the underlying problem as capacitors don't just wear out. So the Granger one might still be correct but the underlying problem that burned out the original is probably the real problem.

Finally, if you need to run ANY compressor for and extended amount of time place a house fan next to it and consider removing the plastic cover. I ran a sears compressor for over 2 hours with this method 20 years ago and to this day it still works! Keep it cool!

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No need to buy exact part. Search Ebay for "motor run capacitor" in the 60 to 70 uf/ mfd range with voltage of 220 or higher(higher voltage equals better quality but usually larger). These are usually metal or light color plastic (black plastic caps are motor start). You will need to be creative in placing the cap because it will probably not fit where the old one was. Good luck

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You can use any brand motor run capacitor for this application (metal can). Mfd rating should be within plus or minus 5 percent of what you need (about 110 to 125uf). You can also use two 60 mfd motor run capacitors. Voltage rating should the same or higher ( higher voltage rating, better quality). Capacitors fail when there are too many start cycles per hour and or low power to comperssor. Generators also tend to shorten the life of caps due to low power at start and variance of cycles. Good luck with your repair.

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The rating should be on the capacitor, for instance 40/5-440 means you have a 40 microfarad capacitor for the compressor and a 5 mirofarad capacitor for the fan motor and it's rated for rated for 440 volts.
The capacitor should be whatever the compressor and fan calls for, but in a emergency you can use anything within + or - 10% on the microfarads but the voltage should be the same or higher than what's called for, until you can get the proper capacitor.
The higher the volts the better the insulation value of the capacitor, so you can always go to a higher voltage rating.
If you can't read the specs on the capacitor then look on the compressor and fan for the ratings. If they're not there then take the model number of the compressor and fan to the parts house and they can look it up for you.

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You'll need a vacuum pump, an oxy-acetylene torch some silphos silver solder. Regular plumbers solder won't work. You might try replacing the start capacitor and maybe use a kicker capacitor on the compressor before you buy a new compressor. You may find it difficult to buy freon if you're not licensed to buy it. To recharge the system, you'll need a set of gauges and hoses and a scale to weigh the freon when you add it to the system. Still want to do it yourself?

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I had the same tripped breaker problem with a similar Sears model 919.195060 (25 gal) and luckily I had access to another, almost identical sears compressor to swap parts to diagnosis it. It turned out to be the run capacitor, but from what I was finding in my on-line research, it could have been a bad winding on the motor or the start capacitor just as easily. If your resistor is outside of the capacitor, just cut the wire right at the capacitor and add flag termnals Mine had 3 wires coming out of the capacitor (not the normal terminal cap style), and two of them were basically just tied together (same color). I didn't have an external resistor. I bought a GE 97F9614 run capacitor (40 mf, 370vac) and other than having to cut out a bit of the plastic on the mounting bracket and buying "flag" style 1/4" terinals from radioshack, it fit and worked perfectly. It seems if GE is the only one that has the right dimensions (1.75dia x 3.88 long, not including the terminals. That capacitor cost $27.50 with tax at a local electric motor shop. Sears doesn't even have any info on the motor parts, like capacitor - they want to sell you a new motor for almost as much as a new whole compressor. I ended up looking at parts forr the motor on a Devilbliss (that's what the 919 means on the model number, that it's made by Devilbliss), but it was not an easy way to go and really didn't help that much). The easier/normal way of matching capacitors is to measure the case dimensions carefully and match up the voltage and uf (or mf) specs,

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