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5 If the proper voltage is obtained (220-.240 Vac), and the motor still does not operate, go to next step
(g).
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD. Turn electrical power OFF.
(f) Turn the electrical power OFF to the sanitary unit and check the capacitor (32, FIGURE 3-1) as follows:
1 With the electrical power OFF, remove the machine screws (30, FIGURE 3-1). Remove the capacitor
case (31) for access to the capacitor (32). Discharge the capacitor before removing. Avoid contact
with motor and capacitor while discharging to avoid electrical shock.
2 The capacitor may retain an electrical charge after the power has been turned OFF to the motor.
Discharge the capacitor by grounding one of the terminals on the capacitor to the metal housing on the
motor with an insulated handle screwdriver. Avoid contact with the metal portions of the motor or
screwdriver while discharging.
3 Tag and remove the electrical leads from the capacitor.
4 Check the capacitor (32) against a known good capacitor. Connect the electrical leads to their proper
terminals on the capacitor.
5 Install the case (31) with the screws (30) to hold the capacitor in place.
6 Turn the electrical power ON, start the sanitary unit, and check the motor for proper operation
7 If the motor is still inoperative, continue with next step (e).
WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD. Turn electrical power OFF.
(g) Turn the electrical power OFF and check the motor for an open, shorted, or grounded condition.
1 Tag and remove the cable leads from the motor terminals. Clean the motor terminals.
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