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Old 9th April 2013, 02:02 AM   #91
mmmalmberg is offline mmmalmberg  United States
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OK That pretty much works for me. On the Fisher I replaced a few .22 uF caps with film caps - they were about 1/4" od by 3/4" long (maybe 5 x 20 mm). Everything else I went with good Nichicons, a few small Silmics. I'm thinking with this ka6000 of maybe not even doing that much, it sounds pretty much great. Not really sure why I'd even do anything to it, other than I know how old all the caps are in it...
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