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Old 03-17-2020, 12:25 PM
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Chuck's Main Guy just did the one year maintenance on our unit and gave it his blessing and showed me where the Capacitors are in case it breaks on the weekend. I can handle it I think. If I stop posting then you know I was wrong. Ordering them was simple on Amazon. Finding them when needed may be another issue.
Good luck. Anyone trying to replace their own HVAC capacitor needs to be very careful. Replacing a capacitor is not difficult, but it can be risky if you don't discharge it correctly. It is not typically a DIY project.
 
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