How to Test a Motor Capacitor?


To test a motor capacitor it should first be disconnected. Once the capacitor has been removed, it can be tested using an Ohm meter. If it fails the test by not registering correctly, it will need to be replaced.
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In order to test a motor capacitor you will need to have a ohmmeter as well as hand tools. Removing the power from the electrical motor is the first step.
You can test a motor capacitor, by using a amp meter. Connect the amp meter to the posts on the capacitor. The amp meter should show you how many amps are passing through the capacitor.
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