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I have a york (or believe it's a york) model # H1CF030S06A Condensor and I need to change the capacitor on the compressor. The old one had no numbers left on it. I tried using my amp meter and testing for ohms and got nothing back. I don't think I'm doing it right so if somebody could maybe explain the process of testing the ohms of a capacitor. I believe it's a 25 uf or 35 uf 370VAC capacitor but not sure which one. What would it hurt if I put the wrong capacitor on it? Somebody please help!
 

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Write down the compressor numbers and cross reference it to the cap size. Some compressors have the size on them as well. I'm assuming you need a comp. cap or a fan cap same goes for that. Good luck getting a cap though but with some investigating you should be alright.
 
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