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### How to replace a run capacitor

A Run capacitor has 2 terminals, they go to the Run and Start winding terminals, in this case the Line 2 leg of power is wired to the Run terminal on the run capacitor, that is due to the fact this is a single speed motor and speeds are on the Run winding, had there been 2 speeds, the Line 2 leg of power could not be wired to the Run capacitor but would be going to the High or Low speed terminals, conversely the Run terminal on the compressor can accept only 1 lead.
All electric motors get 1 leg of power directly to the Common lead, the remaining leg of power Always goes to the Run winding or speeds on the run winding if a multispeed motor.
Some compressors have a shared capacitor with 3 terminals, they share the leg of power to their Run windings however to Hermetic it will be say 30 MFD and to Fan it will be say 5 MFD, but as to capacitor theory they get Run and Start Always
Power can be wired to Run on the capacitor as long as the motor is a single speed.
But power ALWAYS goes to Common directly while the remaining leg of power goes to the Run winding or Speeds on the Run winding as in High and Low speeds.

on Oct 14, 2013 | GE 1 Pcs. Of 50uf 370v Ac Motor Run...

### The top speed of a small plane is 180mph, in still air. One windy day, the plane flew 100 miles into the wind at top speed, in the same length of time it took to fly 135 miles with the wind, at top speed....

Suppose the length of time taken is T and the wind speed is W. Also we will assume that the ground speed of the plane is exactly its top speed plus or minus the wind speed, with no losses anywhere. So

(180 - W) * T = 100
(180 + W) * T = 135

180T - WT = 100
180T +WT = 135

360T = 235 so T = 0.653 hrs or 39.17 min

Now subtract equation 1 from equation 2

2WT = 35 This is the equation you ask for in your question

W = 35 / 2 / 0.653 or 26.8 mph

Check this

(180 - 26.8) * 0.653 = 100 OK

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### Timing belt

Windstar vans don't use a timing belt.
The speed sensor in the transmission could cause the speedo not to work, but the slipping problems may be clutches or solenoids.
Have you checked the engine computer for trouble codes ?

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### My exteranl headphone and microphone dsnt not work i have ACER E1-571

Open Control Panel, Sound, Select headphones. What is your OS? What is the OS of other laptops? If you need the Audio driver: http://support.acer.com/product/default.aspx?modelId=4098

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### Motor humms but wont engage

The start capacitor or start winding has gone bad. Or bearings are dry.
Don't run motor if it does not rotate full speed or motor will overheat and go bad.
Replace or repair motor.

Each motor has 2 winding circuits.
Start winding and run winding.
Both windings receive power same time.
Start winding has capacitor that releases sudden burst of electricity that starts motor rotation. Kind of like low speed on transmission.
Run winding then brings motor up to speed.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Motor-wiring-500.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/AO-Smith-motor-wiring.pdf

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### Over drive

Check owners manual to find out which fuse goes to the transmission/overdrive controls, then check and/or replace the fuse.

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### How fast are typhoon winds

hello jackson.....

Typhoons form over the western Pacific Ocean. When similar storms form over the Indian Ocean they are referred to as cyclones, and in the Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans these storms are called hurricanes.

Typhoons and hurricanes and cyclones are rated in strength according to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. Category One hurricanes and typhoons have a sustained wind speed of 74 to 95 mph. Sustained wind speeds of 96 to 110 mph raise the hurricane/typhoon to Category Two. A Category Three hurricane/typhoon sustains wind speeds of 111 to 130 mph. At Category Four, a hurricane/typhoon has sustained wind speeds of 131 to 155 mph. When sustained wind speeds exceed 155 mph, the hurricane/typhoon is classified as a Category Five storm.

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