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Need some parts for BNT1500AP

This ups has a burned capacitor. I need a technical manual that shows parts of this equipment. I need to check the technical details of parts needed to fix it. Where or how can I get this manual? I will appreciate any help. Thanks. Wilfredo.

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Sorry to disagee with Jackboy, but generally, capacitors are standard, off-the-self components, that can be purchaded in any good electronics/components store. Unless the TRACKS of the PCB are badly damaged, and there are too many other components damaged, then PCB repair is often possible and successful. Just ensure you obtain the CORRECT SPECIFICATION for the replacement component. I don't just mean the type, size and value in MFD, but OPERATING TEMPERATURE are also important for things like capacitors.
I AM assuming you can read the original values off the failed component (not always possible I know) TD

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If you can find a manual - you probably will not find parts- total board replacement or unit replacement is your only route Do come back to tell me I am wrong - it will be invaluable info for all of us.

Posted on May 17, 2007

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