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Rv Camper Carrier Mark V Air Conditioner 45/12uf Capacitor on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Burns, Tennessee, United States

Burns, Tennessee, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Carrier Mark V Part Type:45/12 uF Capacitor 370 VAC Manufacturer Part Number:SNV-37456H123

I have replaced my Carrier Mark V Air Conditioner on my RV with a new Atwood 18k BTU unit.--   Since this replacement parts is no longer available, I am sell it.

This capacitor has been tested and is good.

However, since it is use, it is been sold as is with no returns.

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