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 How to Test an Air Compressor Motor Capacitor?

Answer Air compressor capacitors store electrical energy for later discharge. Capacitors contain two plates that build up and store electricity until the electricity is needed by the electrical system. An... Read More »
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Can a starting capacitor lower a fridge starting draw from 2400 watts to 800 or less without damaging the motor and how can the size of capacitor needed be determined?

could be If you lower the start cap size it may take milliseconds longer to start so it will still use the approximate same amt of power.Size? search for "appliance repair parts" enter your model n... Read More »
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Even after changing the start relay and the capacitor what would keep a Frigidaire refrigerator compressor from starting and just buzz?

Very possible that the start winding of the compressor motor is partially shorted. A grounded winding would cause a breaker to trip, however, a shorted start winding would not produce enough torqu... Read More »
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What is a motor capacitor?

A motor capacitor is a device that changes the electrical current within an electrical motor into a magnetic field. There are a different types of motor capacitors, known as dual run capacitors, ru... Read More »
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What Is an AC Motor Capacitor?

Most household AC motors run on single-phase, 120-volt electric current. While they run efficiently, the motors have no starting torque. Adding a capacitor creates a temporary extra phase, allowing... Read More »
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