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1999 GE side-by-side TFX25ZPBE WW start capacitor question

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Start capacitor failed on this GE refrigerator/freezer TFX25ZPBE WW  I needed to get it running and the local parts house did not have the factory part in-stock.  I installed a Supco start/overload capacitor.  Runs great.  Would you trust this $5 capacitor vs the $38 factory part (http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Start-Relay/WR07X10099/1472680?modelNumber=TFX25ZPBEWW)?  The compressor had previously been replaced with a DD86C16GBU6 Matsushita unit.  Thanks.

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I've used that supco on older machines for years and never had a problem... Used supco pro41

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Go for it.

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Supco Pro 41 is what I used.  Thanks!  I'll sleep better tonight...

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Used Supco over "Forty" years.

No problems

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