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Where to buy the capacitors?

Do you have any idea where i might be able to buy these capacitors?
They are surface mount and everything that i can found around here is the normal thru hole capacitor.

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Which Capacitors, You need to knowthe voltage and farad rating (ex. 16V 1000uF) they are different, If I can get the schematic then I will need the component #. Are you sure that the capacitors are SMT and not "through hole" units? Usually the Electrolytic capacitors (Canister looking things) are the first to go. They will start to swell and leak causing power problems. Do you have the unit open? Can you upload a pic of the boards?

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Capacitors kit: http://lcdalternatives.auctivacommerce.com/ he can make you a set of caps for you.
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Do you head any startup noises, or the startup sounds you hear when Windows loads?

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