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Motor run capacitor 1 + 1.4 µF

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Item #: S043
Seeburg M100B - 222 (1951 - 1959)
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Exact replacment for the motor run capacitor used for the Seeburg models B (1951) to 222 (1959). The capacitor is rated for 1.0 and 1.4 µF at 400 Volts.p

If you have a motor which doesn't start well or doesn't run smooth you might want to check this component.
The capacitor is 34 mm in diameter and 74 mm high. The soldering connectors are marked.

High quality, industrial standard.

Originally this capacitor is needed for the following models:
- M100B, M100C
- HF100G, 100W / EHF100G, E100W
- HF100R, 100J / EHF100R, E100J
- V200, VL200 / EV200, EVL200
- KD200, KS200, L100 / EKD200, EKS200, EL100
- 201, 161, 101 / E201, E161, E101
- 220, 222 / E220, E222 - Channel

For the models made later than 222 another capacitor with slightly different values had been used - we offer that one too - our item no. S042.

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Mike writes: 18.11.2021
Most of the time... C or common is WHITE WIRE..... smaller uF is usually GREEN WIRE...... higher uF is usually Grey wire

Not always... but usually...... be sure you know what your doing.. this item is top shelf... well marked.. Mike at OHIOSEEBURGREPAIR
Mike writes: 18.11.2021
VERY QUICK SHIPPING... THIS ITEM IS FIRST CLASS PART......STAMANN PARTS ARE THE BEST WORLD WIDE.....

WILL BUY MANY MORE ITEMS.... THANKS... MIKE AT WWW.OHIOSEEBURGREPAIR.COM
Mikael writes: 05.05.2021
Capacitor that looks like the original, and works perfectly.
todd writes: 28.03.2021
Excellent item. Arrived in U.S. no issues. Will order more items from you in the very near future.
James writes: 05.03.2019
Excellent service,friendly seller......Capacitor looks like NOS!
Richard writes: 18.02.2018
Excellent quality and timely delivery. The only thing that would help me out would be to color code the connections to the wires on the unit.
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