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I NED TO CONECT 3-1 RELAY OVERLOAD CAPACITOR IN MI FRIDGE

HELLO!! I NEED TO KNOW HOW INSTALL THE 3-1 RELAY OVERLOAD CAPACITOR IN MY FRIDGE IT CAME WHIT 5 WIRES 3 GOES ON THE CAPACITOR AND 2 WIRES GOES IN THE POWER , BUT I DON'T NO WHAT IS THIS WIRES , IF YOU WANT HELP ME 1000 THANKS . TANK U [email protected]

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    3 way fridge in motor home not working properly. taken fridge out and all wires have been altered. Need to know which wire goes where. Manual doesn't show colours of wire and the idiot who removed and cut wires has taken out everything

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First take all the relays and capacitor off of compressor , then attach black wire with terminal on "C" terminal post usually top terminal, white wire with terminal goes on "S" terminal post on compressor, red wire with terminal goes on "R" terminal post on compressor. then take the two black wires one connects to white neutral wire and the other connects to the black power wire if tis fridge has a condensor fan then you will also need to connect it two the two black wires also thanks hope this helps

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