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Old 08-21-2010, 11:45 AM   #1
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Replacing a Capacitor in my Bryant Condensor

There are 4 wires - Brown, 2 Yellow and a Blue (thicker than the others) and I am not sure which wire goes where on the new Capacitor.


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Replacing a Capacitor in my Bryant Condensor

Look at the wiring diagram on the back of the door and /or electrical box cover. There should be marked terminals, H=herm, F=fan and C=common on the old capacitor. Look for them carefully B4 removing the wires.

Most likely the thinner Brown goes to the fan motor and the F terminal, Thicker Blue (trace it) to the compressor and H and the 2 yellows to the contactor and C.


"Cut it twice and it is still too short".

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