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Air conditioner fan in the outside unit shuts and after a little bit when I hit the reset button and manually push the fan it goes back on for a little bit. 1)Your site is wonderful THANK YOU 2) If it might be the capacitor for the fan where is located so I can take it to grainger Thanks

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Hello Open the service panel near where the wire/power goes in.It will look like a large battery with plug in termnials on top.Write down what wires go/went where.C=common,HERM=compressor,F=fan.You need the UF & the volts values off the old one.Good luck.

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