Capacitor on a ceiling fan
Asked Jun 7, 2007, 01:28 AM
Newbie on this forum. My ceiling fan is out of order due to capacitor burnout. It is 2.25 MFD. Even when it was working fine, I felt it was not running at full RPM revolutions per minute.
My friend suggested that replacing old capacitor with 4 MFD will help resolve RPM issue. Is that correct? I was under the impression that capacitor is there only to give starting torque.
Another related question, what is triple capacitor? Is it of any use in my case?