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Yes, I can tell you that when the capacitors start bulging the you will need to replace the device. This is a sign that the capacitors are starting to fail. Now if you can put in a fan somewhere that will kept the heat down then you might be able to use it a little longer. You have got to get the heat away from the mother board.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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