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DId you replace the outdoor fan motor capacitor, or the evaporator capacitor? This would be two different capacitors.
The outdoor one may also do the compressor. If so it would have 3 sets of terminals, not two. The shipping is probably more than the price to just go get one locally.
Oh ok.... hmmm and all the wires are on the right terminals? You didnt replace the motor did you?
Generally, almost always... when it does what you are saying its the cap. I cant remember ever seeing a bad motor be the cause when you can spin it and get it going.
Ok,.. still sounds like a capacitor... Any chance you can take a picture of the wiring schematic????
Thanks.... where are you sending it? Can you attach it here? (use the paperclip)....
Great pic.... well thats all right... I cant say I have seen one do that with a new, appropriate capacitor. Let me opt out and let the others see if they have any idea. Being there with a meter is one thing, trying to test stuff online is another beast... lets see what the others have to say.