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Service Manual Techman, On July 11, 2007, mtsanch gave you credit for the solution to his capacitor problem. I have the same problem he described. I would greatly appreciate it if you would forward me the service manual for accessing the power supply board to replace the capacitors. My email is Many thanks.

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I may have what you need. I have mine apart all over the floor right now. This is how I learned about cars too. Finding blown capacitors but not the 1000/16v ones, but then I am just digging into the power supply. Will forward what I have.

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