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Please give wiring diagram to wire compressor model UG5A240JUBEM

The compressor is new it hasnt got a cap please assist about wiring

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Your compressor is going to probably require at least a run capacitor wired between the start and run windings. You need to contact the manufactuer to determin the correct size

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