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Old 11th July 2019, 04:11 PM   #11
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Hi wyan,
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Hi, I am trying to re-cap CD100
Why? Is this a problem fix, or are you just doing it "because"?

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so will hope it stays as it is.
Hope does not solve ageing parts. Just replace the caps or have them replaced by someone who has the skills.
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Old 12th July 2019, 03:54 AM   #13
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Hi, Rudiger,


Thanks. I thought about film capacitor but one with 15uf would be really big. Can I go smaller? What normal cap would you recommend? Since I am about to replace all the electrolytic caps, I would rather also replace this one as well. As for the axial caps, I will leave them alone. Thanks.





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If you mean cap 2217 (15 F nonpolar cap), it is replacable by a 3.3 uF polar cap. Thus, since progress has been made with regards to size, you can even use a film cap 3.3 F Wima MKS2 in 5 mm pitch. This cap 2217 regularly fails and was changed in later production CD100. Please see info here:

PHILIPS CD 100+101 Player Netzteil Elkos VISHAY power supply recap recapping kit | eBay

* Axial caps that are old and worn out also need to be replaced. These CD players are 35 years old, don't gamble and hope you can get away with it.
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If you mean cap 2217 (15 F nonpolar cap), it is replacable by a 3.3 uF polar cap. Thus, since progress has been made with regards to size, you can even use a film cap 3.3 F Wima MKS2 in 5 mm pitch. This cap 2217 regularly fails and was changed in later production CD100. Please see info here:

PHILIPS CD 100+101 Player Netzteil Elkos VISHAY power supply recap recapping kit | eBay

* Axial caps that are old and worn out also need to be replaced. These CD players are 35 years old, don't gamble and hope you can get away with it.

Thanks. The CD100 I have has philips 3.3uf in 2217 so I am going to replace it with another. Easy swap. Not sure about 2214 though. I will consider axial caps as well. The CD player is very easy to disassemble. Just need to remember the correct connections (Philips alternate those connectors with black/white color so not so hard either).
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If you change caps AND resolder the complete device it will last for another 35 years I guess
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Hi wyan,

Why? Is this a problem fix, or are you just doing it "because"?

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It sit in the closet for two years and when I took it out a few days ago it would not play. It rotated a few turns and stopped. I powered it on for a few hours and it worked again. I guess I still need to replace the caps. The CD player is easy to disassemble any way and I always need to order caps now and then with various projects.
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If you change caps AND resolder the complete device it will last for another 35 years I guess

I certainly hope so. They say the CDM0 laser actually last very long. And it plays lovely. Maybe not so many details as modern couterparts but it has certain taste that draws.
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It has 14 bit conversion which is the way to go in digital audio
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