My Polaris PB4-60 booster pump stopped starting (I can get it started by spinning the shaft and flipping the power), so I believe the Starting Capacitor may be the problem. There is one capacitor located externally on top in it's own housing, but that one seems to be good (I replaced that one, but still doesn't start). Is there another one located inside the rear panel where the power connection is?
It appears there are 4 long bolts (~8-10" long) at the rear of the housing that need to be removed (one of the heads of one screw is stripped and I'm trying to get it loose). I wanted to check if the capacitor I need to replace is behind the rear panel of the housing before I try and exhaust my efforts to get the last long screw out.