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Old 02-25-2017, 06:44 AM   #41
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If numbers dance, you are not making a good connection. Or a crappy meter.
It was a case of not making a good connection. I was shorting the capacitor with the shaft of a screw driver.
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Just a little thought about the capacitors after doing a lot of air conditioning work. the $10 capacitors are cheap and are isually made in China. They have a high failure rate ,most decent AC supply houses also have American-made capacitors .it's worth the extra 10 to $15 to get an American navion and they are much more reliable
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