The schematic/pic of the two caps and the wires represented by yellow lines above my last post is wrongly wired. The "common wire" part is correct. But the Start caps are the two large ones, thus the "E" or Start wire goes to the opposite side of the common lead - or more properly, the opposite side/pole of the jumpers that lead to the common wire. The "O" or RUN wire, coming from the motor, leads into the smaller RUN capacitor and attaches to the only other pole not taken by jumpers, [which jumpered pole is connected to the common lead in the picture].
Where the gentleman's hands hold the wires he has labeled one wire correctly and that is the common wire, which has a plastic cap over the connector. Then he states that he called the next one to the left the Run wire and the most right wire, here in the pic with a "1 and a 0" on it, as the Start wire. The Start and Run wires are precisely reversed, which is why he burnt a capacitor. Electrolytics are not made to handle long term power, and could not stand the load. Reverse the connections of the two white wires and he would be correct.