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cokekid



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PostSubject: Electrolytic .?   Fri Oct 22, 2010 9:41 am

I am trying to replace the Electrolytics in a Stewart Warne r#R421. I require three a 10 mfd 300v, 15 mfd 400v and 20 mfd 25 v. The problem is there are identified on the can with the usual symbols and i was led to believe that these symbols would be on the bottom to indicate were each wire is to be connected.There are no markings on the botttom of the can.

I have a schematic, but again this is not my strong point and i do not want to take the chance in hooking the wires up in the wrong place. I changed all the capacitor and the radio is working.

I would appreciate any help

Gerry
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PostSubject: Re: Electrolytic .?   Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:17 am

cokekid wrote:
I am trying to replace the Electrolytics in a Stewart Warne r#R421. I require three a 10 mfd 300v, 15 mfd 400v and 20 mfd 25 v. The problem is there are identified on the can with the usual symbols and i was led to believe that these symbols would be on the bottom to indicate were each wire is to be connected.There are no markings on the botttom of the can.

I have a schematic, but again this is not my strong point and i do not want to take the chance in hooking the wires up in the wrong place. I changed all the capacitor and the radio is working.

I would appreciate any help

Gerry

Please post a link to the schematic, and I'm sure we can help you.

Aaron
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PostSubject: Re: Electrolytic .?   Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:21 am

Aaron

I have the schematic but am not sure were or how to post it. I guess I will do some reading on how to do this and then post it.

Thanks for replying to my question.

Gerry
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PostSubject: Re: Electrolytic .?   Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:26 am

The symbols are right at each terminal and punched into the phenolic, easy to overlook.

Carl
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