Question about Heating & Cooling
You need either another dual capacitor (three pole)
or you need to use the "herm" side of the old capacitor. That would be the 35UF side going to the compressor.
You will need to make up a jumper wire.
if you are going to use the two seperate capacitors.
The old fan wire to the old cap (5UF side) will go to either side of the new cap. The old compressor wire will go to the "HERM" side of the old cap. The common wires will remain on the old cap in the original "COM" position. The jumper will go from the old cap "COM" terminal, to the new cap on the other terminal opposite from the one used for the fan wire.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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