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NEED VALUE OF CAPACITOR ON MODEL 1010MP FAN. CAN'T FIND ANY INFO ON THE PART.

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You can use any capacitor of value about 3.3mF to about 6.8mF with an AC voltage rating of about 230 to 250 volts.
These are the bipolar type capacitors and is generrally available at all electrical or electronic spare parts shops.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

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How do I reconnect the capacitor?


Not easy to explain. The capacitor is split, it has two values, or like two capacitors connected internally with a center tap between them. Two capacitance values, maybe 5uf and 20uf, the lower value for the fan motor and the higher for the compressor, with terminals C-common, F-fan, M-compressor.
Capacitor terminal C is the center tap and that takes 3 connections, line (power) - fan line common to capacitor, and Compressor line common to capacitor. Notice the fan and compressor have a power line not common to capacitor, just power line.
Capacitor terminal F has one wire connecting to Fan terminal C, fan may have three or four terminal writes, two for power with one power being common to capacitor connection and the other power alone, two power connection wire leads. Fan motor third line is capacitor, connects to the capacitor alone. Four wire configuration fan motor is not likely your needs. Omit or ask again for further explanation.
Compressor is similar to fan, only with a capacitance value higher than for tha fan motor. Two power leads, one straight power, the other power lead connects to the capacitor power. The third compressor lead connects alone to the capacitor.
The with is to draw a diagram and level the colors of each lead and terminal lavels too. The motors nameplate may indicate wire color code, the a-c nameplate wiring diagram may be present in the control wron wiring compartment, the goal is to find clues or to trace each wire and verify what they connect or do, take notes on your drawing.
Basically the motor has three terminals, L1 - L2 - C, or C- S-R (Common, Start,Run)

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NEED REPLACEMENT MOTOR FOR PATTON 1010MP-HY FAN. WHERE CAN I PURCHASE THE MOTOR?


CTG ' Order 1010MP from PATTON ELECTRIC CO INC Now from CTG !

It looks like you can purchase a motor here.
Make sure you have the correct data from your motor.
There is also a contact button so you can probably call, too.

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Check fan capacitor,disconnect capacitor and measure it with ohm meter,put value on ohm meter ohm x100 or more,measure capacitor
it must show some value but it will be very fast,if there is no value change a capacitor,a new must have same parameters(values) as old
e.g. 80 micro F,220(110,380)V.Note a wire which was on capacitor.
If not capacitor,check fan motor,also with ohm meter,measure all wire for each other,ohm meter must show some value,e.g. 25 ohm.
DISCONNECT air conditioner FROM ELECTRIC POWER WHEN YOU WORK THIS,AND BEFORE MEASURING CAPACITOR SHORT CUT IT WITH A ISOLATED SCREWDRIVER!

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However, if it is the ORIGINAL motor, check the dual run capacitor for proper microferrad value. It may be that it is swelled up on top and that is a direct indication it is a fouled capacitor. If the top is not pregnant or swelled, and it still looks like the top of a soda pop can, you will need a microferrad meter.
Disconnect ALL power to the condensing unit. If in doubt, kill the power to home. Remove 1 wire from the capacitor, the brown one or the one that is marked "FAN" and set your meter to Mfd, measure with your leads the value between the COMMON and FAN terminals. They should be within 6% of the rating on the capacitor. There is no rule of thumb here, you must know the correct value and see if it is equal or within the 6%. If it is under the 6%, you will need to replace the DUAL RUN CAPACITOR. No question, because it is a dual run cap, it controls the Compressor also. Best to change the whole capacitor with that of equal value.
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