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My duo therm model 59516.501 shorted it's start capacitor and I can"t find a replacement capacitor anywhere. Can you tell me where to find one? Desperate...

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  • gaholland2 Jun 26, 2009

    I have the capacitor in hand. It is 250V. 60Hz 43-52uF Oper Temp Max 65 degrees. It is 3 & 1/4 inches tall and 1 & 3/8 inches wide. If you can locate one this size it should work.

  • gaholland2 Jun 26, 2009

    O.K- I'll check out Grainger's web site and if they DO have what I need I'll accept so you get paid.

    Well done, Seth. Back to you soon as possible.

  • gaholland2 Jun 26, 2009

    Thanx Seth for leading me to Grainger and finding the right part. It's a gold mine for me. I'll shop you again!
    Gary H.

  • johnnyand2 Mar 20, 2018

    Also FOX appliance Macon , GA. 31216

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Hey there, this should be an easy part to replace if you have the capacitor, I need to know the voltage rating on it and the mf rating. Once you give me them, I can show you were to get one.
seth

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  • seth veloso Jun 26, 2009

    If you have room for this, this will take care of what you need. If you remove the existing capacitor and relay next to it, you can put this in place. There should be a wire going to the relay and a wire going to the capacitor. You can connect those two wires to the two on the hard start kit. The hard start kit is a relay and capacitor built into one. They are about maybe 4.5 or 5 inches tall, maybe 1.25 inches round.
    let me know if it will fit
    seth


  • seth veloso Jun 26, 2009

    LOL forgot to put the link in again, sorry

    http://www.azpartsmaster.com/Products/Su...


  • seth veloso Jun 26, 2009

    Here is one I found for you on graingers web site, should be perfect for ya
    seth

    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/2...


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