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Old 25th March 2006, 08:06 AM   #1
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Unhappy cambridge audio p60 capacitors

I am replacing the electrolytic caps in this old amplifier from the 1980s - and would appreciate some advice. The existing caps are in three
distinct types, two of which I recognise, the third is a mystery. I am concerned about replacing them with an inappropriate type. If you think you can help, please visit this site to look at the mystery caps.

Many thanks , Andy G4OEP
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Old 25th March 2006, 08:13 AM   #2
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These are Siemens capacitors and can be replaced by any good quality cap. The one on the picture reads 100F/25V.

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