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Question electrolytic capacitor

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by gamer1987, Apr 24, 2021.

  1. Sophocles

    Sophocles Senior member

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    On a frigate???????

    And for Wither??????????????????????????????????????????????????
     
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    wither 1 Regular member

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    Thanks. The answer to all those ?'s is No.
     
  3. gamer1987

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    careful now.....

    It seems we are in the dark web of "replace all the caps and that tv with the smashed screen will magically work"

    and as an aside..

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  5. gamer1987

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    Electronic devices that use electrolytic capacitors from the early 90's need to be turned on at what frequency of time interval to prevent failures from disuse? i have crt tv, snes, megadrive, ps2 slim, power supply

    not are new capacitors are capacitors 90s
     
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    I have electrical equipment from the seventies which have capacitors. I just turn them on when I need them and luckily they still work. There used to be many people who worked on things like stereo equipment to fix this kind of problem but, at least in my small town, I'd be hard pressed to find anyone today.
     

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