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Where is capacitor in a 28000 but window air conditioner

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The outdoor capacitor is mounted usually at the top under the cover. The indoor capacitor is usually inside the electric control box on the right hand side. The indoor capacitor is usually a small square "box" shaped type with 2 or 3 wires attached for the indoor fan motor. The outdoor capacitor is usually a large round cylindrical shape for the compressor and a smaller box shaped capacitor for the fan motor.

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