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Old 07-26-2011, 06:04 PM   #1
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manual or parts list for duo-therm AC

Im looking for a parts manual to show what/where the start and run capacitors are on my duo-therm model # 600015-001.

1 unit is giving me troubles when it runs. at times it is tripping the motorhome breaker. I think I want to replace the capacitors but can not find much info on line.

any help?
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Old 07-26-2011, 06:14 PM   #2
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Jim,
The start and run capacitors are in a metal box on the passenger side of the air conditioner. The run capacitor is a silver metal can and the start capacitor is a black metal can under the run capacitor. I believe you can get part numbers off of each one.
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Jim,
The start and run capacitors are in a metal box on the passenger side of the air conditioner. The run capacitor is a silver metal can and the start capacitor is a black metal can under the run capacitor. I believe you can get part numbers off of each one.
Thanks RJAY,

I took the cover off again (DANG IT IS HOT up THERE)

I took some pics of what I have. based on some Google. I found the capacitor on the right is a mallory 47-56 MFD 250 VAC Motor START capacitor.

I am not seeing the run capacitor, is it in the picture? over by the motor there are 2 other capacitor looking items (2nd picture)
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