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Old 19th April 2011, 08:56 AM   #1
wyteboy is offline wyteboy  United States
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I am currently working on a Audiobahn sn-ma2 model a2401x. I know what the problem is. The amp has 8 capacitors in total, 4 black ones and 4 yellowish/gold ones. One of the gold ones broke off. I have it, and need to replace it. Only problem is I do not know how to read what I need to replace it with, on the capacitor itself it reads-35v 2200 uF SHL, then going down te side of it, it says (M) 85C (degrees), and 93 8(1), I'm not sure exactly what numbers to read so I can replace it. any help would be greatly appreciated.Thanks.
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Old 19th April 2011, 09:27 AM   #2
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2200uF
35v (or greater)
85C (or greater)

You'll also need diameter, pin spacing and height to get suitable replacements.
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