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  1. david W.

    david W.

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    I seem to have a faulty capacitor and want to replace it.
    It is cylindrical and is marked
    KM (m)
    H5c
    105*ch
    Anyone know what I should ask for and where can I get one?
    Any help greatly appreciated.
    Also just noticed it has more markings
    SAMAXON
    220mF25V
     
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  2. Martaine2005

    Martaine2005

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    Hi, it appears to be an electrolytic capacitor of 220μF (micro Farads) and 25 volt.
    105 degree C.

    Martin
     
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  3. david W.

    david W.

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    Thanks Martin.
     
  4. Martaine2005

    Martaine2005

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    Sorry, forgot to say where you can get them.
    Any electronics outlet, Digikey, Farnell, CPC, Element 14, RS components etc.
    Depending on where you are located, these stores might or might not be available.

    Martin
     
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  5. david W.

    david W.

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    Thanks Martin-
    Ordered them from RS components-Had to order 50-Still only a fiver though !
     
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