Question about Heating & Cooling
This needs to be a general answer, for information only, and not meant to be a full solution. Every motor manufacturer makes models for general replacements into many different applications. The capacitors are NORMALLY 5.0 Microfarad, 370 volt or 7.5 Microfarad, 370 volt. They are called ELECTROLYTIC types and are unique in being oval shaped cans. The ratings mentioned are stamped into the metal can.The motor type and specifications depends on what Make and Model unit you have. In some of the 60s and 70s condensers, they ran at 825 Revolutions Per Minute (RPM). Some at 1175, some at 1725 and in the newer equipment, they can be multi-speed or even variable. What is wrong that you think it is the wrong one? Can you please include the Make and Model numbers of your condensing unit in your response so I can look it up. Thank you for writing us.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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