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Capacitor rating

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Duc, May 12, 2004.

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  1. Duc

    Duc Guest

    Hello all,

    one of the capacitors in my monitor blew and I am not sure how to read the
    numbers on the cap. According to the online FAQs there are usually only 3
    digits on the cap. This one is different since it has 3 lines of numbers
    which are:
    1 2 0
    M 6 8 25
    1 7 .

    In the 2. line the 'M' is encircled, the '6' seems to be italics and the '8'
    is bold print.

    Can anybody tell me what the rating of the cap is due to these numbers so I
    can buy a replacement part? Is the voltage also encoded in these numbers?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Duci
     
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