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In this video, I have tested a 440VAC 30 MFD start capacitor by using 4 different methods. So that if you don't have a Capacitance meter, still you can test the capacitors. Previous Video: How to Test Capacitors with and without Multi-meter. https://youtu.be/NqvL7Cyemiw 01:13 [1st method:] In the first method, I have tested the start capacitor without using any multimeter. If you don't have the multimeter or any small DC source then you can use this method. But you have to take proper safety precautions. 03:22 [2nd method:] In this method, I have used a 20 volt DC source to charge the capacitor, and a small DC load to discharge it. 04:37 [3rd method:] In the 3rd method, I have used a multi-meter that has ohm scale, to test the start capacitor. with the above 3 methods, you can check the charging and discharging of the capacitor. 06:24 [4th method:] In the last method, I have used a multimeter that has capacitance (Farad) scale to test the capacitor. This is the most accurate method for testing the capacitor. If this video helped you out please don't forget to Subscribe, give it a Thumbs up and share it with your friends. Thank you very much for your support! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techstudycell Other useful videos - How Capacitor work in AC and DC circuit? https://youtu.be/h_tKUDBDSn0 How to Test MOSFET transistor using Multimeter by some easy methods https://youtu.be/IF740E5bm84 How to make Basic relay circuit and How a relay works https://youtu.be/clV_HtQenOk
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I return on a no ac call to the Trane unit another company put a 20mfd capacitor to power the condenser fan that needed a 5 mfd capacitor. My first trip was sept 5 and here I am returning October 3rd. The condenser fan motor had power yet couldn't spin. the original video is https://youtu.be/0uSHOw18S2w
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It’s a Titan TRCFD6075, Dual Run Capacitor, MFD 60/7.5 Volts 440/370
Remember to please please please know what you are doing when it comes to electricity. Triple check the power is off and confirm with a voltmeter. Be sure to educate and qualify yourself for the task before you begin.
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