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Sonic

I have replaced the shorted compressor with the same part number but a slightly different relay cam with it without the start capacitor.   It will start without the capacitor but draws 4amps and the low side goes into a vacuum.  I double checked my charge of 5.25oz and its no over. Also the pressures equalize in a reasonable amount of time.  I also pressure tested it with nitrogen over night and it was good.   Any ideas?

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Full model number is?????............What is the problem?????...................You sure it is a start cap. and not a run cap???.......No run cap would make for a higher current draw............What is the part number for your compressor???????.

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