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Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor

Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor
Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor
Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor
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Item# 19988AS
$21.50$17.92
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Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor
Genie 19988A.S Garage Door Opener Motor Starting Capacitor
Product Description
Access your garage quickly and easily once again with the Genie garage door opener capacitor part 19988A.S from North Shore Commercial Door. You can find out more about this great product by referencing the Questions section below.

Features:
  • Garage door opener motor starting capacitor
  • Made for use with all Genie 1/2 horse power garage door openers EXCEPT the following models: GPS-1200 Stealth, PMX-1200 Openers and Excelerator
  • 70 Microfarad (MFD)
  • 220 VAC
  • 60 Hz
  • Original replacement part made by Genie
  • Part number: 19988A.S
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COMMENT: because mine blew out at home by Jim F 9/4/2017
COMMENT: Insurance by Bonifacio Q 7/29/2017
QUESTION: I see two Genie capacitors listed 18004b and 19988a the description are identical what makes them different? by misti s 4/25/2016
ANSWER: The 19988a is 70 microfarad and used for 1/2 HP motors. The 18004b is 50-60 MCF and used for 1/3 HP motors. by Jeffrey B a
STAFF ANSWER: These run on different frequencies what is the model number on your current capacitor? by Taylor M a
REPLY: I don't have the information available. However, the difference appears to be 1/3hp vs 1/2hp motors. by misti s r
QUESTION: Is the 190988a capacitor an electrolytic capacitor? That is, is there a positive and negative side? If so, how do I tell which is the negative terminal? by Phillip L 1/2/2016
ANSWER: No. No polarity shown on tabs. by Edward A a
ANSWER: I just attached capacitor wire to motor in same fashion the old capacitor was connected ,making sure capacitor wires did not touch each other <br />There really is not a + or - side<br />Also I googled the following inf:<br />Unless you're dealing with a 12 Volt system, there's no positive and negative posts in AC voltage. They change back and forth 60 times/sec. As the other fellow said, as long as you attach one wire to each of the two different posts, don't attach them both to posts that are attached to each other, it should be fine. The capacitor will store the charge and then discharge by Thomas M a
QUESTION: What is the difference, if any, between a 19988A.S capacitor and a 1988A.S AC capacitor? One is listed at $18 and the other at $22. by Al M 5/27/2014
STAFF ANSWER: They are both the same. My advice is buy the cheaper unit. They were listed as separate model replacement parts and the manufacuture had two different iMAP prices that we had to follow. by Matthew O a