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Trying to get info on both capacitors.GE motor 115volt 3450rpm part# MO 9045

4hp 20 gal air compressor model 5KCR49SN2137X 60HZ 115VOLTS 1 PH 3450 RPM

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The rating for the capacitors is printed /imprinted on the capacitors
take them along with the information you have given to a electrical motor rewind shop and they will match them up

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    take the details of the motor as in your question to a motor re-winder shop and hey will know what the capacitors were. take a description of the connectors on the ends of the wires as well to get capacitors that will just fit straight on

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