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Ft101zd frequency counter help

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  1. Graham361

    Graham361

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    Hi and Thank you for letting me join I Am recapping a ft101zd transceiver and need some help to identify a part it looks like a sealed capacitor in a clear arcrilic holder the number on side is 1H330k has two wire connectors have tried to find one but can't find anything that looks like it .is there a modern day equivalent have attached image
     

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  2. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    The manual/schematic for the radio is generally available. Do you have it? Can you identify it from the component listing therein?
    There is nothing we can use for size reference but it looks like a standard polystyrene capacitor of 330pF to me - one step lower than silver mica for accuracy and stability.

    Anyway, this type of capacitor rarely needs replacement, 'recapping' is generally restricted to electrolytics.
     
  3. Graham361

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    Many thanks for reply this one is melted due to a ic next to it fried and only had one leg left .due to age of radio several caps were leaking so replaced all 51 so hope it will give another 40years of service but counter would not display frequency due to ic and this cap .so if I replace with a 33pf at 50 volt this would be ok regards and Thank you
     
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