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You stated that you repaired 15 Neoware clients by changing the 470u 25v volt cap in the output end of the power supply. The only one I see similar on my power supply is the 470u 16v cap at the position marked C10, adjacent to the output power lines to the main board. Is that the one?
The ThinClient's (neoware) don't take much power, like LCD monitors. I have replaced countless 470uF caps in LCD's, so I'll bet it's the one. A possible test, however, is to desolder it, take a multimeter set to measure resistance, and connect the leads of the meter to the leads of the capacitor. Watch the multimeter screen; it will go up in resistance if the cap even works and holds a charge. You'll want the multimeter on the highest resistance test setting, and it will go up fast, so be watching. You will have to short the cap in between multipul tests to get an accurate reading.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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