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Posted on Do I need a new start capacitor?

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muleskinner

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#1 posted 654 days ago

If it was me, I’d suspect either capacitor or bearings. Bearings are easy to check (does it spin easily?). You can check your capacitor with an ohm meter. It should start with a low resistance and ramp up to infinity. (make sure you short it out when you’re done). If it’s questionable, they’re pretty cheap to replace.

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