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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi, to replace the capacitors need to take the board out, by removing the screws and disconnecting the wires braids. You need bread, tin and absorbs tin. You should take the tin from the legs of the capacitors, until it can release the capacitors outside the board. Next, you put the new capacitors in place. Should pay attention to put the capacitors, by proper polarity of plus or minus. It is important to be precise with the value of capacity and try to put a capacitor with a value of slightly higher voltage, temperature resistant to 105 degrees.
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