|26th August 2007, 03:30 AM||#11|
It's time you sat down with a 'scope and a schematic. Normally the advice you were given will fix your problem. You needed those replaced anyway simply due to age.
Do check that you installed them properly, polarity first.
Take a voltmeter and test all the grounding points. What looks good may not be. You could also measure the ground voltages against your common in the power supply board with the unit running.
Look for blown ground traces. Especially in the input area.
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