Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by jmbranch, Jul 14, 2013.
I need a 3 terminal 370 volt 5-35 uf capacitor.Anyone have an extra?
I have one which I think matches those specs.
Thanks but I got one , didn't fix it.I wait for repair service.
If guys still have the capacitor I can take it from your hand to see if it resolves my problem.
Here is a thread from another post which might help today. Grainger might open up the doors for you for 50 bucks. I wound up having to call Climatic last night. They came out, but it wasnt cheap; But, they fixed the issue besides the capacitor.. we had a loose wire. in the (not so) Goodman unit.===============================================I had looked at HD last year when our upper AC unit crashed and they did not carry them. I just tried again and they, unfortunately, still don't carry them.
Only one more day and last night helped cool things down.rharse, May 28, 2012#3
Feb 7, 2003
0Sorry, just saw this. Could have helped you out. I keep extras. Mine are 35+5 but it would have worked just fine.pauleyc, May 28, 2012#4
Dec 21, 2004
Thanks! I picked one up, installed it and the downstairs is getting cooler as we speak.rharse, May 29, 2012#5
Jan 29, 2008
0Obviously this information is too late to help you now, but Grainger offers a service where they will open the store during closed hours for a $50 fee to sell a part you need. I used this last summer when my capacitor fail
PM me if you want to try a capacitor. I have a 35+5.
Our upstairs unit just went out. Anyone have a spare 3 terminal 370 volt 5-50 uf capacitor?
UPDATE: picked one up at Grainger (FYI - they'll open the shop on Saturdays for an extra $50, but only the Springfield branch would sell to someone who doesn't already have an account).
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