My motor capaciter measures 8.5 mfd and should b 10. should I replace it. The tech wants $340.Post created: 2013-02-26 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 86
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I have had this for 10 years. The tech wants $340 to replace the motor capaciter which measures 8.5 mfd and should be 10 mfd.
On 2013-02-28 JB wrote:
What is the percent tolerance for the capacitor? If it is still within the tolerance maybe it doesn't have to be replaced. I don't know what the percentage is supposed to be, but it seems to be 15 percent off, which likely is outside of the tolerance.
In terms of the price, it may be high (seems high), but the only way to be sure is call a couple of other VAC techs and ask them for a quote. This shouldn't be hard to do.
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