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(kilowatts).  All electrical operating switches are located behind the
front panel and are identified as the selector switch and thermostat.
The major electrical components are the fan motor and the compressor
motor.
41. Running Capacitor (figure 5)
a. Removal.
(1) Remove the right-side panel (para 39).
(2) Remove fish paper cover (lift off ).
(3) Disconnect, the running capacitor leads.
NOTE
It is not necessary to mark the leads; reversal is not pos-
sible.
(4) Remove the four screws at base of capacitor and remove the
capacitor.
b.
Cleaning and Inspection.
(1) Clean the running capacitor with a clean, dry cloth.
(2) Inspect the running capacitor for damaged container or dam-
aged leads.
(3) Replace a damaged running capacitor.
c. Testing.
(1) Test the running capacitor with a suitable capacitor tester
for continuity, leakage short, and capacitance. The capacitor is rated
at 15 microfarads, 370 volts.
(2) Replace a defective running capacitor.
d.
Installation.
(1) Position running capacitor on base and secure side clamps
with screws.
(2) Solder leads to running capacitor.
(3) Install fish paper cover.
(4) Install the right panel (para 39).

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