This link is to YouTube How to repair electric motors, the guy is a little
on the ruff side, but the video will show you where the capacitor is.
You will want to get a start capacitor, you can get them at Granger,
take the old one with you so you get the right one. do this before
you take the motor apart, as the capacitor is the cheapest & easiest
thing to do.
PS Well the link didn't show-up but the video did? I've bin away for awhile & there have
bin a few changes that I'm finding, this being one of them.