Thanks for prompt reply. I almost got there. Just need a little bit more info. On the relay, there are four legs with 1 and 2 on one side, and 3,4 (short) on the other. How do I wire capacitor, with 1,2 or 1,3, or else. In the frige, I assume the red wire is hot, right? So red does to overload?
ANSWER Hello Jeff,
Now with the wiring diagram I can tell you with confidence, the red wire is hot, and the white wire is neutral. The relay has two sides and if you look closely at it you can see that the two terminals on each side are actually connected so even though there are four terminals, it is actually two points in electrical terms. In light of this, the two wires from the capacitor connect to each side. The polarity does not matter in this instance, but one wire to each side. And yes, red is hot and it connects to the overload.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, August 04, 2012