I blew the capacitor on my Asian-made drill press. Puff of smoke came from motor and I tracked it down to capacitor under a separate cover on the side of the motor. Motor would humm, but not turn chuck without hand rotating it first and now has almost no torque. I'm now trying to track down a replacement capacitor. However, to question, a friend has a Northern Tool Asian-import wood lathe. His motor got to the point to where it would only go with hand turning starting assistance and then just quit entirely. Since this is basically what mine did I asked him to check the motor starting capacitor on it. He cannot find one on the motor itself. Can it be elsewhere, such as in the on/off switch area?