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Unidentifiable capacitor? After opening up my monitor I noticed on the power supply side a capacitor that is slightly bulging, however the number on the capacitor was EJ(M)105(degree symbol)C (c)0424. A guy at Radio Shack said it wasn't a capacitor with those numbers on it. It looks like one so does anyone know what it is? Thanks for any help.

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  • Anonymous Sep 20, 2007

    I've tried the search engine and didn't come up with anything. I appreciate the advice and warning about the capacitors.

  • Anonymous Sep 20, 2007

    Thanks Techwizard
    After hunting around for the manufacturer, I discovered that it is a capacitor. There was numbers on the other side of it which was being blocked by other components. Thanks so much for your help!



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After opening up my monitor I noticed on the power supply side a capacitor that is slightly bulging, however the number on the capacitor was EJ(M)105(degree symbol)C (c)0424. A guy at Radio Shack said it wasn't a capacitor with those numbers on it. It looks like one so does anyone know what it is?
This trouble maybe power supply or inverter boards is defective.
first you can test the voltage of the multr,and then check which part is defective.From can find those parts
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What i would suggest is taking those numbers going to your favorite search engine and entering them. Alot of times search engines can give data concerning hardware parts just by there manufacture number. This will give you a foundation to find what that particular part is and also maybe a replacement part. A word of caution about working with capacitors. Even after power has been off for several hours they can still hold a deadly charge. If you have a volt meter I would use it to test the part before even thinking about it. Capacitors are nothing to mess with unless you have proper knowlege on how to handle them and discharge them.

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  • Anonymous Sep 20, 2007

    Ok lets go another route look up the manufacture of the power supply not the part. Its a long shot but you maybe able to get the part number right from the power supply manufacture. Hope that helps.



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