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In Reply to: RE: New caps solved it! posted by KanedaK on January 25, 2017 at 08:56:34:
It's always a good idea to replace all electrolytics in newly purchased equipment that is 15-20 years old or older. Or even newer equipment, if it has been sitting on a shelf for several years. This applies whether or not the existing electrolytics are obviously bad, like yours were. You did the right thing. The seller is obviously either naive or a liar.
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Topic - New caps solved it! - KanedaK 08:53:48 01/25/17 (4)Follow Ups
- RE: New caps solved it! - Lew 11:04:25 01/27/17 (0)