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Old 30th July 2012, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default Replacing capacitors on Audio Research D40 power amp.

Hello everybody,
My Audio Research D40 power amp developed a nasty hum and all of my research seems to be pointing towards of replacing the power supply capacitors. This amp has four 400uf 450wvdc mepco/electra brand. Any suggestions of what brand is best and where to buy them. Or if anybody out here has the same power amp. I love this amp and would like to keep it going.
Thanks in advance to anybody with comments.
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