Motor or Compressor Won’t Run? Capacitor Test, Troubleshooting

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Motors or compressors won’t run properly? This video demonstrates how to discharge and test a capacitor. The capacitor is a commonly replaced part for a motor or compressor that won’t start. Capacitors are commonly found on furnaces, air conditioning units, refrigerators, and washing machines.

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