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Default Re: bench grinder repair

you see the different terms on that cap, it more that a cap internally, that's how it kicks in and out if not a relay its done by resistors or diodes or semiconducters, with a cap tester check the mfd rating of the cap and above all check with a ohm meter that your not getting any readings threw the windings to the to the case and also you should be getting a ohm reading threw the windings themselves, this is how I checked motors for 40 years in the h.v.ac business, if all is good then you have to go a little deeper.....good luck...
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