Does anyone have a board diagram where the caps are that need to be replaced? I was able to replace all but one. I apparently dammaged the board & do not know where the contacts go. It's for the cap # CX250. If any one can help it would be greatly appreciated.
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It's sent via Pando and you should get a link to it in your mail. To open it you'll need Pando, it's a free download if you don't already have it... The hyper module on that has about 10 caps that are common in that failure. If you need anything off board don't hesitate to ask.
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Service manual won't help much in the hyper board and that's likely the problem.. Simply remove the hyper board and open the can. Inside you'll see a number of smd caps. There are 11 10mf/16v that need to be replaced...
Needs to have the hyper module repaired... There are a group of caps on the hyper that need to be replaced... The hyper module is a stand-up board on the left looking in the back of the unit just behind the jack panel... Need to remove it and send in in for rebuild or attempt the repair yourself..
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Dougers, I am next door, in Alberta. I have fixed my hyperboard by
replacing the surface mount caps myself in my workshop for a fraction
of the cost of a replacement board. See my other thread for more information.
Heres your link for the capacitors
Loads of info here about the board