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Good morning, I got at home one aloha ceiling fan and the capcitor burned, could you tell me which capacitor should I use for ceiling fan model 20062, and I also need the specifications how to conect the capacitor wires in the fan . Thank you Marcos marcos_castanheira@hotmail.com

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Call 1-800-295-4448 they will send you one.

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