Part # 5270-05
Manufacturer Code 5VR0303
Dimensions 1-3/4" x 3-3/4"
Alternate Part #'s 17586330, 2444, 2511398-008, 27L1358, 325P306H37M30N4X, 35-125-1130, 38230, 5VR0303, 628318-308, ALD5VR0303, C65R, CAP37030R-NGM, PRC30, RD30370, SPG-101-2717, U18-1388, U181388, USS-601-5156
I need to replace my the capacitor on my 1.5HP pool pump. Do you carry the capacitor I need?
Please note that capacitors store an electric charge and should be handled with the utmost caution and care. We do not encourage handling a capacitor without any type of safety measures in place and highly recommend contacting a professional service company for repair/replacement. For those that feel comfortable changing the capacitor here's >How to replace a pool pump capacitor. In order to match up the capacitor you will need more specifications on the capacitor. You will need to match the voltage, the MFD, whether or not the capacitor is a >run or >start type and the actual dimensions of the capacitor body.
We have a Hayward Super Pump 2600 Series for our pool (installed in 1998). Need a new run capacitor for it. Not sure which one to get since the label on the one we have is old and hard to read. We know it is 370V. It is 1 3/4" diameter / 2 7/8" length. Can you recommend which capacitor we would need?
I purchased a Model B849 Pump Motor from you last May, probably 5/13/14. I installed it on 5/16/14. It now needs a capacitor. Is the covered by a warranty? Whether it is or not I need one asap. The only one I can get locally has the correct specifications but is physically too big to fit in the capacitor cover on the motor.
Skip, 5vr0303 is the run capacitor we show for a B849 pump. Not sure why it doesn't fit. And unfortunately we do not sell 370v 30mfd run capacitors smaller than 3 3/8" in length.
Hello, I have an A.O. Smith centurion pump motor model B855. It fails to start unless I manually spin the shaft and then it runs fine. Do I need to replace the capacitor mounted on the top of the motor to fix this start up problem?
Hi, The B855 motor does not have a start capacitor, the Run Capacitor 30MFD 370V (5VR0303) would be the correct capacitor.
Less than 1 hr
1. Turned off pool breaker
2. Made sure pump was off
3. Removed cover
4. Removed run capacitor
5. Put cover back on
6. Turned on pool breakers
7. Turned on pool pums
8. Pool pumps started working
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Insulation, voltage meter.
Since the old capacitor was gone, I just had to plug the new one in, and replace the cover. Remember though, you always need to make sure the capacitor is insulated against the metal frame. I used foam pipe insulation to place the capacitor in and braided foam insulation on the frame itself. The braided insulation has adhesive backing so it sticks to the metal, and also helps seal the capacitor cover from moisture. Also, always discharge an existing capacitor before handling. If you aren't experienced with electrical wiring, I'd suggest hiring a licensed electrician. I have the benefit of growing up with a grandpa that was a master electrician :). I picked moderate skill level because it does take some degree of electrical know how. Thanks for reading!
Less than 1 hr
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers
(5 out of 5 stars) Economical motor fix
Reviewed By: Gary H. from Port Charlotte Fl ()
Pros: Quick fix
Cons: diferent motors use diferent capacitors
This product will fix a lot of motors that would normally be replaced. Shorted capacitors can be found by the case having a bulge in it.
(5 out of 5 stars) 30 MFD Run Capacitor
Reviewed By: Les S. from Tucson, AZ ()
Cons: about the only thing I can think of at all is that the new capacitor didn't come with a new seal for instillation. otherwise; zero negatives.
with the help of Chet at Inyopools I purchased the item above, installed it easily and it worked perfectly; as advertised.
(5 out of 5 stars) Perfect Repair Part!
Reviewed By: Mickey S. from Fairfax, VA ()
Pros: Fast service, easy ordering online.
My pool service couldn't come out for 4 weeks, so I Googled possible causes for my pool pump motor's failure. Many web sites recommended checking the capacitor, so I did and it was bad. So Uncle Google recommended INYO Pools.com for a capacitor replacement. I ordered the part online and it was at my door a few short days later. The whole experience was quick and easy, not like many web sites that take you round and round before checking out. I replaced the capacitor on the pump motor and hit the power button and it started and ran like new! Good job INYO!
(5 out of 5 stars) Capacitor
Reviewed By: Robert H. from CA ()
Pros: Works great
My pool pump stopped working. After a quick google search, I found that the capacitor was most likely bad. I again googled capacitors, and Inyopools came up. The price was right, so I ordered. The part showed up on time. It installed easily, and the pump was back in service. No need to call a pool guy!