Hello, about the capacitors. The local radio shack only has super large capacitors in camparison to the ones that rca used. Will this still work if rated the same? Could I replace with all 35v? Have already replace the flyback, this is my next step before purchasing a new tv. Thanks
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Yes if they will fit in circuit and yes 35v will work for all of them ite=s the micro uf/ you have to have the same 2200uf must be the same value on voltage you can go up on it. www.electronix.com online or Call 1-800-223-3205 Happy New Year.
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you've not told us the make or model number, don't they(the replacements) cost from $8 to $15 at Radio Shack or the local large chain store pharmacies, and they have the instructions you need, and you can now store the instructions in a specific place for all the instructions for all the house and it's equipment, and with this new education and sail through life with out any more problems like this again?
On the power supply board I replaced CAP C226 as per another poster and the problem is solved. It is a 470 uF, 35 VDC capacitor. Bought one at Radio Shack for <$1.50 USD. Radio Shack part number is: 272.1030.
December 27, 2008 received by email from Ann M. Just like John H, my problem was also capacitor C226, but in my case overheating wasn't the give-away here. Instead, I noticed the bottom of the capacitor appeared melted a little and the top looked like it was slightly bulged. I removed the damaged capacitor and replaced it with a new one rated at 35 volts and now my DRC8335 is working perfectly again!
It worked it cost me 4 hours on hold with the Republic of the Philippines. Being told the new Unit sent had a 90 day warranty. It did they were right after 90 days it stopped working. The part was a Radio Shack 272-1030.
Take top off.....look for a buldged capacitor on the circuit board that the power cord comes into first. That was my exact problem, and that was my exact solution. Just un-solder the blown capacitor, go to radio shack and buy a new one for $1.
I can send you a copy of the schematic, Radio shack has these capacitors, also www.electronix.com has them. In fact any electronics parts store would have them. Let me know if you still need the schematic.