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Old 14th February 2013, 01:47 PM   #1
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Finished replacing the BP capacitors with Nichicon Muse ES.
I am wondering how to replace the following polarized EL caps:
C37 thru C40 (22μF 25V)
C51, C52 (22μF 25V)
C53 thru C56 (100μF 50V)
C69 thru C72 (22μF 25V)
Some of these caps just connect to ground if I understood the attached circuit diagrams correctly.
I have some surplus Nichicon FGs and Elna RFS (Silnic II) that I could use. But I wonder if Nichicon PWs (lower impedance/higher ripple current) would be more suitable.
I would be very grateful for your expertise.

Many thanks.
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