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Old 24th March 2006, 02:17 PM   #1
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I have six capacitors that I'm looking to sell. I bought them thinking I would use them for a project that I never started.

All made in USA by well-known manufacturers.

Anyway, they are:

Cornell Dubilier 3700uf 450VDC (quantity: 2)
Mallory 13000uf 40VDC (quantity: 2)
Sprague Powerlytic 25000uf 40VDC (quantity: 1)
Sprague Powerlytic 51000uf 40VDC (quantity: 1)

I'll get some pics up later tonight.
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