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    some are some are not . in your case i would bet...

    some are some are not . in your case i would bet there is no run cap in your motor and to see if it is or is not get that thing on a bench with a power cord and some wire nuts . get on with it...
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    that's good because that motor you have in your...

    that's good because that motor you have in your op don't run / operate on 236 / 220 / 240 it runs on 115/120 ya and i know your talking about the rated voltage of the run cap so use a 220 / 240 volt...
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    yup just like a lot of condenser fan motors on...

    yup just like a lot of condenser fan motors on a/c units the run cap is external it can be mounted on the motor or by the motor
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    yup there's a run cap . this is child's play all...

    yup there's a run cap . this is child's play all the info is there just test wire it up on a bench with a cap and cord and a few wire nuts as mike hadeck would say it ain't no big deal
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    that switch looks like a 3 pole single throw on...

    that switch looks like a 3 pole single throw on off like for a 3 ph. circuit that's a lot of switch for that that circuit . but i do agree with rons being it only shows one rpm more then likely its...
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