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Old 6th March 2009, 01:20 AM   #1
sondguy is offline sondguy  United States
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Default HELP! Caps replaced-fuzzy sound

I replaced 2 16000uf PS caps in a Bedini 801 amp with Cornell Dubilier 33000uf. Both are rated @ 75VDC. Amp was quiet when 1st turned on. I put a cd in & got sound out of Rt channel & only a little static out of LF side, no music. I turned amp off & then on again & the rt channel began to distort. Immediately turned it off. I bought the caps on EBAY on EBAY over a year ago which were represented to be NEW!

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Old 6th March 2009, 09:11 AM   #2
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Hi,

check the connections to the caps (screw terminals? solder joints?). If ok, fit again the old caps to check wether it's really the caps that cause the problems

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