Start Capacitor 56 - 67 MFD 110 - 125 VAC 2522
Start Capacitor 56 - 67 MFD 110 - 125 VAC. The capacitor is one of the more common parts to go bad on an u, but it is relatively easy to fix.
Capacitors give an extra boost to electrical motors when starting under a load condition. The capacitor attaches to the motor's electrical circuit through two metal terminals at the top of the cylindrical device. You can think of the capacitor as a short-term storage battery. Testing the capacitor for problems is generally done when the motor has difficulty starting. A good indication of a bad capacitor is when the motors fails to rotate and a humming noise is heard. The best method for testing a capacitor is by using an ohmmeter.
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