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Blow capacitor 820uF 25v? where can i buy them? or how to replace them with other capacitor?

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You can buy that to an electronics store near your area. Replace that with same value or if you have higher than 25 volts use it provided that it is same as 820 microfarad.

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Its so hard to find 820uf/25v.
you can replace it not lower than the original value.
you can try 1000uf/25v

my monitor is blinking for 15min.
when i open it i found a leaky capacitors.

so i replace it.i replace it of 1000uf / 25v and it work.as good as brand new.

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Rubbish! 820uF are still readily available.

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SOURCE: blow capacitor 820uF 25v? to replace 1000uF 25V

It is probably OK, possibly a filtering capacitor, besides no one makes a 820uF any more.

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You need to have the 3 capacitors. There is not a 2460uf capacitor, If one of the 3 fail then the other two will still work, if you have just one capacitor and it fails then you have a dead power supply with the first failure.

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