Q: My start capacitor has a resistor on it. Do I need a replacement capacitor with one?
A: Most replacement start caps will not include a resistor. You can check the condition of the old one by checking the resistance value, or just replace it with a new one. This should read somewhere around 10-20k Ohms and around 2 watts. The resistors are usually either soldered or crimped to the terminals. The purpose of the resistor is to bleed off residual voltage in the capacitor after it has been disconnected from the circuit after motor start up. Not all start capacitors will use one, as there are other ways to accomplish this. The important part is if your original capacitor had one, you'll need to replace it on the new capacitor.
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