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Replaced fan motor and runs backwards has a dual capacitor on unit could i have plugged in to wrong term on cap.

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Sounds like you have the run wire connected to the capacitor instead of the start wire. I expect you have 3 wires; Common-black, Run-probably orange, and Start-brown. You should have either L1 or L2 from the contactor connected to the Com terminal of the capacitor. Connect Orange/Run to the Com terminal of the capacitor. Connect Brown/Start to the Fan terminal on the capacitor. Connect Black/Common to the other side of the contactor. The fan should run the other way.

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