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I don't know if the existing capacitor is bad until I assemble the fan (with the new motor and it doesn't operate).
So, you want to be prepared to get a new capacitor right away, and not have to wait again for Hunter to send you a new capacitor if it's also bad...makes sense to me, if buying the replacement isn't too pricey, which I wouldn't expect it to be. There's a good chance that it was just the motor, or the motor tripping an internal overload protection switch.
 
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