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Old 4th May 2010, 11:50 AM   #1
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Hello to all. I am in the middle of recaping my 2505. I am restuffing the 4 metel can ones.One of the smaller ones is C-79 500uf@50v.it is mounted on an insulated pad its ground goes over to the next cans ground.Looking down at the circut there are 3 green wires that go to the caps outer can (which is not grounded) & then the + leg goes over to the next cans ground.This tells me that the caps + goes to chassie ground. HOWEVER on the schematic it shows the caps neg. going to ground.If anyone is familiar with this setup please chime in. Thanks, tom
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