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Old 10-10-2011, 09:40 PM   #16
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It serves as a 60 uF cap, it needs both or you will overamp.

That red wire to the start kit is parallel with run, so it will not be affected by the run cap.

Run is feeding H and F and C serves as start (herm).
I got. Thanks for your help.
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It serves as a 60 uF cap, it needs both or you will overamp.

That red wire to the start kit is parallel with run, so it will not be affected by the run cap.

Run is feeding H and F and C serves as start (herm).

I'll replace this 35/5mfd that I installed for 55/5mfd........what do you think?
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You can just stick a 60uF in there. That 55/5 would be easier though.
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It looks really impressive in Austin. The hills over the river are a sight that we do not have in this flatland.


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It looks really impressive in Austin. The hills over the river are a sight that we do not have in this flatland.
Yes, close by the 360 bridge we have a really nice view...thanks again

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