I recently had my outside AC fan motor go bad (of course on the hottest day of the year, ughh). I have changed it out without problem, AC works fine. But now I'm trying to change my capacitor (everyone says I should) and they've changed the design so it doesn't look exactly the same. My question is, are these things directional? Is it possible to hook it up backwards? In other words, if I set it up 2 wires on the left post, one on the right post (as it currently is) and I have the capacitor turned wrong so it ends up reversing the posts, do I mess it up? Thanks in advance!!
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