In Reply to: Re: RE: CU PIO Reliability Issues posted by Peter Qvortrup on November 21, 2004 at 03:33:02:
Guilty : I did not send back caps but I will do it.
The caps were used in AN electronics (Kit1 , Pre-Kit , Dac1)
whose components were upgraded but schematics not modified.
Voltage ratings were OK.
Temperature : here is the problem I think.
Yes Kit1 warms , and components have to endure it.
Otherwise you have to advise people the your caps do not endure ClassA Amps.
You say failure rate is minimal ;It is probable but the problem is that this default does not generate a failure but a subtle degrade.
And how many people do open their electronics to verify if there is
some oil on their new caps ?
So I propose to send you back some caps for analysis.
If you can exchange them I am OK ,but only with new model.
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