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Error E-11 Hi there. Many thanks for your kind reply on Fixya. I am not very technically skilled and I just wondered if you perhaps briefly could provide me with a link where I can read about "electrolytic capacitors" as I simply do not know what it is. Furthermore: do you have any idea about wheater it will be a expensive repair, if I can find a tech. who can pepair it for me? Or is it a quite basic operation? Kind regards from Anders

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Expensive or not depends on what the tech charges for his time. it's not a difficult repair, but it does involve removal and replacement of some very small parts, and some delicate soldering.

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