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It is a two terminal component, and can be replaced easly. But when you unsolder it out of the board, make sure of the polarity, ie, it is an electrolytic capacitor, and have both positive and negative polarity. This will be maked on its body, normally negative will be marked, and should be noted. When replacing it, the polarity of the new one should coincide with, otherwise it will burst out, and will be dangerous. This is the only thing to be noted when replacing an electrolytic capacitor of any type. OK.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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