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Vintage capacitor Gentlemen, I have been searching for weeks to no avail,for this cap. Harman Karden does'nt even have it! Harman Karden AVR75, Electrolytic cap 18000uf(M) 63v. LH6 85c. ELNA #7N26F Snap In 4 pins 35mm X 80mm I would greatly appreciate any assistance you could render. W.G.D.

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I recently came across a guy whos grandfather used to fix amps, radios, and tv's. He was getting rid of all the parts andelectronic testing equiptment so I made a deal for it and ended up with all kinds of tubes, tube testers, ammeters, capacitors of all sorts, you name it I got it. I would like to sell it "all" for about $700 dollars. I have checked all the testing equiptment and it all works. Fell free to contact me if anyone is interested.

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Hi,

The closest substitute I could find is a 19000uF/75V from here. Of course you could also try the original parts manufacturer ELNA America Inc.

  • 5770 Warland Drive, Ste#B Cypress, CA 90630
  • Phone number: 714-761-8600, 800-700-ELNA
  • Fax number: 714-761-9188
  • Email: mail@elna-america.com
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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