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Capacitor Short after Gear Assembley Replacement.

After changing the gear assembly the capacitor shorted. Can this be replaced without concerns about the other components or motor?

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    i have bosch garage door drive and requieres capacitor replacement .pl advise

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Asolutely , capacitors are what we call in the buisness ,starter motors, theese cylinders hold the juice to start the motor in motion ,,do yourself a favor ! don,t buy this part from a garage door supplier because they will get you for 20-30 bucks , Instead go to any good electronics store , and i don,t mean Radio Shack, You want to go to a store that carries electronic parts such as diodes and computer coards and led lights because theese stores also carry capacitors and lots of them , I pay at my local electronics store about 7 bucks and as long as the ratings the same it will worf fine also if the rating is a little higher it also will work , bring your old capacitor with you so they can match it , I go to a place in pompton plains,n.j. called Wayne Electronics they might even be able to ship it to you in the mail if you don,t live around the area , well good luck and i hope i was able to answer your question, Thank you for the oppurtunity to help you , Sincerely Glenn Mayer

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