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Easily fixed by anyone who is comfortable with a soldering gun. just de-solder the the joints on bad cap and replace it with a new one. Replace it with a cap on same of UF value and go next size up on the voltage part of it, will be a stronger cap.
Posted on Aug 07, 2012
If it's within warranty, I would contact the manufacturer to see if they'll repair it. Taking it to a repair shop would likely void the warranty.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
Testimonial: "Assumed out of warranty end of story. Thanks for the direction to contact ECS, it may be a light at the end of a tunnel."
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