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Dometic Duo-therm 3100248.362 Run Capacitor 35+5 Mfd Rv Camper Air Conditioner on 2040-parts.com

US $23.63
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Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Dometic Manufacturer Part Number:35 + 5 uF

This 35+5 mfd. dual run capacitor is the perfect replacement for Dometic Duo-Therm part number 3100248.362 or 310024836

Heavy-duty 440 volt rating.  Suitable for use in rooftop A/C units.  Capacitor base measures 2" in diameter, and the overall height is 3 5/8".

Note #1:  A 126-page PDF copy of the Duo-Therm Air Conditioner & Heat Pump Service Manual is available for free download online.  Simply copy and paste the title, and do a google search - it should be the first search result that comes up.

Note #2:  This capacitor is suitable for replacing either a round or oval model.  The shape of the capacitor has no correlation to the electrical ratings.  The microfarad (abbreviated mfd or uF) numbers must match your original capacitor.  The higher-mfd terminal (marked "h" or "herm") goes to the hermetic compressor, and the lower-mfd terminal (marked "f" or "fan") goes to the fan motor.  The common terminal will be marked "c" or "com".

Note #3:  This heavy-duty 440 volt rated capacitor is suitable for replacing a standard-duty 370 volt rated capacitor.

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Arkansas residents subject to 7.75% sales tax.

Sorry, no refunds returns or exchanges on this new electrical replacement item.

Note - Unless specifically stated otherwise, the use of manufacturer's part numbers is for informational purposes only, and does not denote that the listed item is an OEM part.

Legal Notice - By purchasing this run capacitor, the buyer agrees to assume all liability associated with the installation and use of the run capacitor.


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