[Coco] off topic - to electronics guys
mdelyea at gmail.com
Sun Mar 15 19:17:06 EDT 2009
The number is the same as the one to the right (I mistakenly typed
left in my first post - damn dyslexia) - which is 223 above 3KV.
Should I just replace it or use a higher capacity part? All the
replacement caps are higher capacity than the originals. Also my
buddy is over and he's pretty pessimistic.
On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 6:54 PM, Bob Devries <devries.bob at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looks like a high voltage capacitor to me. maybe 22 pF 9kV?
> It's hard to tell from the photo. A closeup through a magnifier will verify
> whether it is 22 or 2.2 pF
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "mike delyea" <mdelyea at gmail.com>
> To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Monday, March 16, 2009 8:27 AM
> Subject: [Coco] off topic - to electronics guys
>> I've attempted to fix an LCD monitor I found in the garbage. It
>> exhibited the same symptoms listed here:
>> I've removed the bad caps and replaced them according to the
>> instructions listed in the above web page.
>> The monitor started up and (Yea!) I had a stable image - for about 10
>> seconds. Then I noticed a whining sound
>> and smelled burnt plastic. I quickly unplugged it and examined the
>> board. The image is here:
>> What is that part? It has the same numbers on it as the one to the
>> left. Any ideas how to proceed?
>> I've examined my solder joints with a magnifying glass and they are
>> all OK (no spillage, polarity correct).
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