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In white plastic case, about the size of two 35 mm camera film cans placed on top of each other, with 2 wires into it. This for a motor for a wood splitter

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Posted on Apr 03, 2011

  • rpoole1 Apr 03, 2011

    I am looking for a capacitor for a wood splitter. It is a 60uF, 300V made by Dianz. The manufacturer of the splitter does not stock them anymore and I hate to have to get a new splitter just because one little part is worn out.

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    Kelly Comstock Apr 03, 2011

    Oh i see. Let me check something and ill get back to you

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